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Re: ASP.NET Hack

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-06-11 15:15:52 CEST

On 11/06/07, Fred Chateau <fchateau@hotelmotelnow.com> wrote:
> "Simon Large" wrote...
> > On 09/06/07, Fred Chateau wrote:
> >> Could someone please explain to me about the ASP.NET hack? As an ASP.NET
> >> developer, should I concern myself with this? Is there documentation
> >> available?
> >
> > The explanation is in our FAQ:
> > http://tortoisesvn.net/aspdotnethack
> >
> > If you are not having any problem, then you don't need to worry about it.
> Well, thinking it was something I needed, I had already installed
> TortoiseSVN with the ASPDOTNETHACK switch set to true. Now it's stuck that
> way. I tried uninstalling and re-installing but TortoiseSVN continues to
> make all SubVersion directories as _svn. How do I turn it off?

Settings->General->Use _svn instead of .svn directories.

Any existing WC will still use _svn, so either you need a script to
rename all the nested _svn to .svn, or you need to do a fresh

Or you can just stick with _svn. Once upon a time _svn required a
special build, but as it is now supported in the standard release,
there is no particular advantage to changing at this stage.


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Received on Mon Jun 11 15:15:57 2007

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