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RE: can't open Visual Studio .NET project under Subversion control???

From: Mark Griffiths <mark.griffiths_at_chive.com>
Date: 2003-09-05 09:27:06 CEST


This is the workaround we are using at the moment. In each web project we
create two .cmd files:

FOR /R %%f IN (.svn) DO IF EXIST "%%f" (
  ATTRIB -h "%%f"
  RENAME "%%f" _svn

FOR /R %%f IN (_svn) DO IF EXIST "%%f" (
  RENAME "%%f" .svn
  ATTRIB +h "%%~pf\.svn"

Before opening the web project, we run hide-svn. After the project is
loaded (and refreshed it's vswebcache), we run restore-svn. It is only
during initial loading and when using the refresh button in solution
explorer that the .svn directories get in the way.

Obviously this is a bit inconvenient, however it is just a short-term
workaround until we can find a 'better work-around' or create a custom build
of subversion that uses a different directory name.

What are the chances of the subversion team allowing the name of the
administrative directory to be customisable?


-----Original Message-----
From: Charles E. Doucette [mailto:cdoucette@med-learn.com]
Sent: 04 September 2003 22:20
To: arild.fines@broadpark.no
Cc: users@ankhsvn.tigris.org; users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: RE: can't open Visual Studio .NET project under Subversion

Here is the URL I meant to post:


Specifically, I'm referring to ASP.NET web projects.

I hadn't seen/tried the workaround you mention below.
I may try that - thanks.


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