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.svn Directory Question

From: Mark Watts <mwatts3_at_stny.rr.com>
Date: 2003-05-06 17:12:19 CEST

I have some questions about the .svn subdirectory on windows. On Linux it
is a hidden directory while on windows platforms it is not.

1. Was this done intentionally because of some requirement of subversion on
2. Will it do any harm if I flag those subdirectories as hidden. (NOTE: I
have tried it already on a test repository and working directory and it does
not seem to harm anything but I thought I should ask.)

The reason I want to do this is because these directories are picked up in
all sub-directory searches, touches, etc and they shouldn't be. This is
Subversion private data that I should not be messing with yet a simple
directory for a particular file mask that includes sub directories will find
data in .SVN directory



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