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Re: I have an idea I want to share

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-05-12 19:15:22 CEST

This idea, and other similar ones, are discussed here frequently,
don't worry. Eventually someone will rewrite libsvn_wc, and the .svn
dirs problem will go away. (In the meantime, patches are welcome, but
it's a fairly complex task that I wouldn't recommend to a newcomer to
the code.)

Best,
-Karl

"Moshe Elisha" <moshe.elisha@gmail.com> writes:
> With all the efford invested, the .svn directories in the project's directory
> are still distrubing.
> My idea is to keep the mechanism but move the .svn directories. For example if
> my project is something like:
>
> C:\MYPROJECT
> ├───.svn
> ├───classes
> │ ├───file1.class
> │ └───file2.class
> ├───lib
> │ ├───.svn
> │ ├───file1.lib
> │ └───file2.lib
> └───src
> ├───.svn
> ├───file1.java
> ├───file2.java
> └───file3.java
>
> Than the new structure will be divided to two seperate directories
>
> %SUBVERSION_DIR%\MYPROJECT-ID
> ├───.svn
> ├───classes
> ├───lib
> │ └───.svn
> └───src
> └───.svn
>
> And the project dir will be clean:
>
> C:\MYPROJECT
> ├───classes
> │ ├───file1.class
> │ └───file2.class
> ├───lib
> │ ├───file1.lib
> │ └───file2.lib
> └───src
> ├───file1.java
> ├───file2.java
> └───file3.java
>
> And all the tools will know to look for the svn files in the %SUBVERSION_DIR%\
> MYPROJECT-ID\... instead of in C:\MYPROJECT\...
>
> Thanks.
>
Received on Sat May 12 19:15:40 2007

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