No, I don't think so.
1. an identical build process on the other machine works as expected.
2. I don't think the build process is copying the files over, because the
all the .svn files have a new timestamp, as if they were modified by
something that speaks svn. The .svn directories in the /src tree have
timestamps as expected, but the .svn folders and the files within
have timestamps that match the time of the build.
3. Something else weird - the new .svn directories in the /bin tree
all have the hidden attribute set to false.
I did check to see the contents of the entries files in the /bin tree,
and the couple that I checked did have identical contents to the
'real' files in the /src tree.
On Wed, Mar 19, 2008 at 12:23 PM, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> murph. o. matic wrote:
> > OK, stranger still.
> > I do a "revision graph" of the /bin folder, which tsvn thinks is in the
> wc but
> > really isn't, and I get the revision graph for my /src folder. Joy.
> That indicates that your build somehow copies files from your source
> folder to the bin folder, but does not ignore the .svn or _svn folders.
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