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RE: Visual Studio.Net and Subversion?

From: Ian Olsen <iolsen_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-03-05 15:33:29 CET

You can also just "hide" the .svn directories when you're first creating the
web project, then restore them. VS.NET only has problems with .*
directories when first creating a web project and when refreshing them. Run
the hide script before doing either of these, then the restore immediately

We've added these scripts to our web projects so all developers have them on

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"

>From: "Alexander Zeitler" <azeitler@aspintranet.de>
>Reply-To: <azeitler@aspintranet.de>
>To: "Users" <users@subversion.tigris.org>
>Subject: RE: Visual Studio.Net and Subversion?
>Date: Thu, 4 Mar 2004 15:34:28 +0100
> >
> > >Yes please, please, please… I want to use Subversion
> > >and tSVN very much but cannot unless we are able to use
> > >it with the underscore modification (without modifying
> > >30+ developers VS.net installs and over 100 existing
> > >projects) we will have to abandon Subversion.
> >
>why don't walk this way:
>then the problem will be solved.
>best regards
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