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RE: Why not hide .SVN dir on windows?

From: <dimentiy_at_dimentiy.info>
Date: 2003-05-22 21:05:29 CEST

> >I'm absolutely sure with this.
> >
> Arguments, please. Personal taste doesn't matter here; usability does.
> Will hiding the .svn directories cause problems for users? If
> not, why not?

Why yes?
You always can see this directories, _if_you_want_. It's a main reason.
Generally, ".svn" directories used by svn.exe, not by user.
And for end-user this information - optical spam, I mean.

> >BTW, latest cvsnt snapshots do this.
> >
> Irrelevant.

Maybe, cvs.exe from cvshome.org don't hiding directories.
But, I'm using latest beta of TortoiseCVS (1.3.11), and cvs.exe from this package DOES hiding (see screenshot attached).


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