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Re: Why not hide .SVN dir on windows?

From: D.J. Heap <dj_at_shadyvale.net>
Date: 2003-05-23 19:01:02 CEST

Not a bad idea really...it doesn't need to be in Subversion -- TSVN can
tell if a directory is version controlled and can detect if a child
folder is the Subversion admin area (just a #define right now, I
believe). Then mark the folder with a new icon, or (not sure if
explorer extensions can do this) hide it completely, or whatever.

DJ

Sander Striker wrote:
>>From: SteveKing [mailto:steveking@gmx.ch]
>>Sent: Friday, May 23, 2003 6:28 PM
>
>
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: "Branko ─îibej" <brane@xbc.nu>
>>
>>>>Where using TortoiseSVN, it's not flagged as a versioned resource,
>>>>
>>>
>>>Now that smells of a TortoiseSVN misfeature, not a Subversion proglem.
>>>It's a UI thing, right?
>>
>>Sorry, not a misfeature. TSVN only shows files/folders as "versioned"
>>if the subversion command returns a status other than "none" or
>>"unversioned".
>
>
> Maybe we need a "private" status?
>
>
> Sander 'hearing a thundering crowd at the door... oh wait, it's Brane...'
>

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