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Re: Issues with the .svn directories

From: Dominic Anello <danello_at_danky.com>
Date: 2004-03-06 15:00:32 CET

On 2004-03-04 19:50:04 +0100, nick vajberg wrote:
> 3. It makes two of our IDE's grumpy. The .svn shows up
> in the file listings. We have turned on the "hidden"
> flag, but RealJ still sees them (why ?!) Also, the
> Java "package-view" crashes in JBuilder. IntelliJ can
> filter them nicely, though. Any experiences with
> Netbeans/Eclipse, anyone?

Eclipse works great here. You always have the option of adding
a **/.svn/** filter to your sources list, but I haven't found this

> 4. Our homegrown ANT JavaDoc processor fails; I guess
> because it expects source directories to contain only
> directories containing java files. I haven't found a
> workaround other than doing a clean SVN export :-( We
> can fix it, but why should a tool expect junk to
> suddently appear in the source directories? Our UML
> reengineering tools fails for the same reason (which
> is NOT developed by us)

All the standard ant tasks seem to play fine with the .svn directories.
It hadn't even occurred to me that they might be a problem. Can't you
add an <exclude> filter to your ant target?

> 5. ...
> 6. It slows down TortoiseSVN because it uses icon
> overlays and has to scan more files. Not your problem,
> really, but still...

Have you tried unchecking the "Indicate folders with changed contents"
option? That can really slow TSVN down.


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