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Re: Visual Studio.Net and Subversion - Will this make it into a release?

From: Brian Mathis <bmathis_at_directedge.com>
Date: 2004-03-05 19:55:17 CET

Jim Correia wrote:

> On Mar 5, 2004, at 1:32 PM, Bryan Andrews wrote:
>
>> Could someone on the SVN team comment on this? I keep ccing the
>> subversion list but no one is "replying to all". :(
>>
>> Bottom line is that we need to be able to configure working copies
>> with a different directory name. I realize that it was not going to
>> make it in to 1.0 but is it on the board as something that will
>> happen in an upcoming release?
>>
>> I (and I am sure countless others) would love to use subversion but
>> the problem with web projects is preventing us from being able to
>> commit to this. I understand there are user uploaded fixes for this,
>> but if we commit to this it will only be if the project itself has
>> made these changes. Our internal policies and politics (especially
>> with respect to open source projects) require that there is always a
>> clear upgrade path - which hacks do not provide.
>
>
> Is there a reason why you can't build your own binaries as recommended
> in the FAQ?
>
> <http://subversion.tigris.org/project_faq.html#adm-dir>
>
> Jim

That's not the question that was asked. Changing a #define is a far cry
from official support from the project. This is a
management/administration issue, not an "is this possible" question.

-- 
Brian Mathis
http://directedge.com/b/
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