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RE: Why .svn directory appears on each subdirectory

From: Scott Pritchett <pokerlad_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-14 11:31:05 CEST

.svn directory is where TSVN stores the latest committed version so that
checks are made locally and not with the repository. Usually these are
hidden, I suggest you ignore them and DON'T fiddle with the contents.
 
Scott

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From: Igor Mukhin [mailto:iimuhin@mail.ru]
Sent: 14 June 2007 10:23 AM
To: users@tortoisesvn.tigris.org
Subject: Why .svn directory appears on each subdirectory

Hello,
 
i'm new to subversion. And i'm new to tortoisesvn. The both are the great
things.
 
Before i tried tortoisesvn, i mentioned that a checkout create only one .svn
directory on the root directory of the checkout. (One .svn directory per
project)
 
Why does tortoisesvn creates .svn directory in each subdirectory of the
project?
Is it possible to turn it off? I don't like so many .svn directories in my
working copy.
 
Thanks for answers
Igor
Received on Thu Jun 14 11:51:25 2007

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