follow symlinks (2)
From: Dirk <noisyb_at_pwnoogle.com>
Date: Thu, 07 Nov 2013 20:34:26 +0100
It is utterly pointless to argue here. You guys are hell-bent for having
On the other side: To follow symbolic links to store the actual file in
But that's okay. It is your choice.
So I will extend bindfs to hide not just hard links but also symbolic
This will solve the same problem with git too.
Too bad there is no sense for "choice" anymore. "Choice" made the
Maybe someone will come and tell me, again, how "choice" is a bad thing
But whatever. If a modified bindfs is necessary to make subversion an
An actual developer who has the authority here to add the option to the
"Why bother. It is just a version control program and there is so much
And I am thinking exactly the same after reading your pinheaded weasel
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