I am already using the “create local copy” feature. That setting does not effect the VS2010 juceFolder attribute in the .jucer file. Besides that, there are dependencies other than Juce for this project, too, and they can not be included in the repo directly. Also, if a new source file is added after the projects are generated, then they need to be regenerated which will require everyone to re-run Introjucer, which will mean everyone has to change the juceFolder attribute …etc, etc. Do you see the problem?
I’ve used project generators in the past like CMake and Qmake, and they have no problems reading settings from user defined files that can be ignored in .gitignore. I was just hoping Introjucer could, too. It would certainly make things easier if it could.