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RE: Re: Understanding Obstructed

From: Lübbe Onken | RA Consulting <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: Fri, 1 Feb 2008 11:58:14 +0100

Hi J,

good for getting so far :)

You wrote:
> So, from what you describe, I have to assume that a Release
> folder was, at some point, versioned into SVN and then deleted
> locally. (I don't recall doing that, but my computer has a
> better memory than I do.) So why, then, did I not see
> the folder as "missing" in subsequent mod checks?
> It wasn't until I built this release that it popped up...

probably you have just deleted it with this release and the IDE created it again during the build. Or your IDE deletes & re-creates the release folder when you trigger a clean build.

You should consider the idea of removing the release folder from version control entirely. After all it just contains automatically created content and is overwritten all the time.

I never version files/folders that are overwritten or created by IDEs. I have the source under version control and if I need to re-create something from an older revision I can do so. If you really want to version your binaries, copy them to a different folder and version them there. Normally there's no need to do so.

- Lübbe

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