> I have lots of entries in the files view (changed, added, removed, moved etc.) and
> some of them are just local development changes I DO NOT want to commit (like
> resource files).
Regarding "untracked" files, they should probably not be versioned at all and should be ignored.
Regarding all other changes, the best you may currently do with Subversion is to assign your files to Changes Sets and commit only selected Change Sets or skip files which are assigned to Change Sets from committing.
Just a side note: with Git, this will be significantly easier, because you can split your changes into separate local commits, rearrange and amend them and only push those (down-most) local commits which you consider ready to be shared.
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