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Re: Reconstructing the .svn directory

From: Pieter <pietercoucke_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-09 10:38:18 CEST

"Gavin Lambert" <tsvn@mirality.co.nz> wrote in
message news:eb68l3$aov$1@sea.gmane.org...
> Quoth Daniel Atallah:
> Are you absolutely sure you have to delete the whole folder? VS2005
> doesn't require that for anything that I'm working on -- at most, if
> you're paranoid, you need to delete some of the contents of a folder, not
> the whole folder.

I've seen it some times that Visual Studio .NET (2003 and 2005 if I'm not
mistaken), deleted the Release-directory of a Setup-project when
rebuilding... So the _svn-directory's are deleted than, which gives trouble
when you try to do a commit or update :-)
I didn't realy found a solution for this, I jsut ignore now the
Release-directory's, although I would have liked it to have the Setup.msi
directly availbale for all the versions.

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