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Re: Noninvasive administrative areas (.svn)

From: Christophe Labouisse <gabuzo_at_tigris.org>
Date: 2003-12-01 09:17:17 CET

On Sun, 30 Nov 2003 22:41:01 +0100
"Stuart Clayton" <stuart.clayton@gmx.de> wrote:

> Also, in the Java
> world, these .cvs directories show up in IDEs such as WSAD and
> eclipse, clogging the source views.

Hmm, that's strange because I have a couple of Java projects under
Subversion and I never had the .svn directories showing in the package
view. I guess that's because I'm on Linux where .svn is considered as an
hidden directory and you're on Windows (according to your mail's user
agent). May be it'll be possible to solve this problem by simply setting
the hidden flag to the .svn directories on windows. If Eclipse has the
same behavior on windows and Linux it should not mess with the .svn
directories that way. Beside if it works it seems to be something quite
easy to implement in the svn client.

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