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Re: Issues with the .svn directories

From: Stephen Peters <portnoy_at_portnoy.org>
Date: 2004-03-06 18:44:03 CET

nick vajberg <nickvajberg@yahoo.dk> writes:

> 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)

Although I understand most of the problems you mention, this strikes
me as odd. I believe that the Ant directory processor is configured
(at least in ant 1.5.3, probably earlier as well) to include **/.svn/*
in its list of defaultexcludes, so this shouldn't be a problem as long
as your home-grown task respects the defaultexcludes.

Stephen L. Peters                                  portnoy@portnoy.org
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