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Re: Reconstructing the .svn directory

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: 2006-08-10 01:08:53 CEST

Quoth Leon Zandman:
> Yeah, that's right. But if you set Release and Debug directories to be
> read-only (only the directories themselves, not the files in it) then VS
> will not delete them on build.

Note that you can only set the read-only attribute on a directory from
the command prompt (using the attrib command) -- if you try to do it
from the Properties page then it will apply it to all the contents of
the directory, but not the directory itself.

Usually, though, Release and Debug folders aren't version-controlled
anyway, since they only contain output files, and output files shouldn't
be in source control (since you can always regenerate them from source,
and because they're annoyingly large).

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Received on Thu Aug 10 01:09:20 2006

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