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I have a few netbeans projects that I'm trying to move over to source control (svn, specifically). It's being used by about three people.
I got svn set up and everything, but the netbeans config/build files change every time anyone checks anything in, and it breaks it for everyone else. All the paths to libs and everything are relative, so it's not that; just minor config differences between people's computers screws it up. Normally I'd just say fuck it and exclude all the build files, but then our automated build system won't work (it currently doesn't) or be updated correctly via svn.
How do you manage to use svn with netbeans and have the build scripts not fucking break for everyone every time anyone opens a project?