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Re: [BUG] The client can't use a different directory than .svn

From: Landon Clark <gmane_at_lclark.net>
Date: 2003-12-11 05:53:56 CET

Greg Hudson wrote:
> On the other hand, just changing the #define would be trivial. And
> we're open source. Feel free to release "svn with workaround for
> ASP.net" packages which use a different admin directory, as long as
> they're clearly marked as being working-copy-incompatible with stock
> svn.

kfogel@collab.net wrote:

> Well, you could just apply a simple patch to your clients, and build
> them yourself. Not ideal, but the point is, there *is* a solution for
> you if you really want to use Subversion.

Alright, I give up the arguement. I came to the discussion late and see
that the developers have spoken. At least 4 core developers have said
that this isn't going to change, it is no use debating any further.

I would suggest at the very least that a FAQ entry be added mentioning
that SVN + VS.net + ASP.net doesn't work and won't be fixed. As you
head into 1.0, I am sure a broader range of developers will look to use
your software.


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