Re: Storing IDE-specific files in the SVN repository
On 3/23/07, Karl Fogel <email@example.com> wrote:
> "Mark Phippard" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Hmm. Could you explain this all in terms of actual pathnames and
> > URLs, with no pronouns or abstractions? I suspect I'm not the only
> > confused person here :-).
> > I've essentially been asked to this several times now and have
> > tried. So maybe I need more specific direction as to where I am
> > failing. Also, shouldn't the attached patches have answered all the
> > questions about file and pathnames? Are you just unclear the URL
> > you would apply the patch to?
> Sorry, I just missed the second patch (partly because it was
> application/octet-stream and didn't display inline).
> All the files in it begin with dot, right? I have no objection to
> dotfiles being added to trunk or to developer-resources. They won't
> really be in anyone's way.
Yes, all of the files begin with dot.
What would you recommend? Should I commit to trunk to force people to come
out against it if they are? Or commit to developer-resources so that it is
clearer what we want to put in trunk?
Obviously I would prefer trunk just because that will give the most seamless
Received on Fri Mar 23 00:39:08 2007
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