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Strange repository behaviour when installing python program

From: Chris Van Bael <chris.van.bael_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-05 13:43:20 CET


Sorry, if my terminology is completely off, but I'm used to other CM systems.

I have a python program named schoolsplay on sourceforge.
Now I check it out in a folder, c:\SP-svn
Then I need to install the program, so I run C:\SP-svn\setup.py.
This is a script that moves files to the python\Lib\site-packages and
to C:\schoolsplay.
Now the strange thing is that several of the subdirs in C:\schoolsplay
have .svn folders and have the Tortoise SVN icons.
It itself not such a big problem, but from C:\schoolsplay I make an
executable and so these .svn directories end up on the users computers
(which I don't like)

So I do I adapt that C:\SP-svn is tracked, but C:\schoolsplay is not?



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