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Re: [TSVN] VS Setup Project Deletes versioned folder.

From: Fernando P. Nájera Cano <tortoisesvn_at_fernandonajera.com>
Date: 2005-07-25 20:09:40 CEST

Hi,

FFB> The 'Release' directory in the working copy instead of getting
FFB> updated with new binaries (msi files), it's actually deleted
FFB> (.svn folder and all) and when you try to commit the project, you
FFB> get the error message that 'Release' folder is 'obstructed'.

FFB> ... but has anybody else found a better way of doing this.
FFB> Preferably one that doesn't get rid of the .svn file.

FFB> ps: I know, I know... why am I bothering with committing the
FFB> reproducable binary in the first place... it's protocol where I
FFB> work.

Maybe you could do this:

1. Create a folder, say "ReleaseFiles"

2. Exclude "Release" from svn and include ReleaseFiles.

3. Make a post-compile action so you xcopy all files from Release to
ReleaseFiles.

4. Commit.

So it doesn't batter if Release folder is deleted or not, because
you'll commit only ReleaseFiles folder (which you control).

VS.NET let you do post-compile actions. If not, a simple .bat can
help.

Best regards,

Fernando Nájera

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