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RE: RE: RE: Visual Studio.NET Web Projects...

From: Mats Cederholm <Mats.Cederholm_at_qbranch.se>
Date: 2004-03-19 15:57:35 CET

Yes I tried that too but I think it's more of a temporary solution since I work with alot of other projects that reside in Subversion repositories (Eclipse etc) I would have to recompile all IDE tools (Subclipse, Ankh etc) to use _ instead of . every time I install a new version. My point is that it's a MS issue and they should fix it, we shouldn't have to create alot of hairy solutions just to make it work with visual studio (and ONLY the web projects to make it even more annoying).
 
/Mats
 

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From: Richard Rousseau [mailto:rrousseau@rlca.com]
Sent: Fri 2004-03-19 15:49
To: Mats Cederholm
Subject: RE: RE: RE: Visual Studio.NET Web Projects...

I downloaded the new version of TortiseSVN mentioned below, and so far it seems to work well.

 

-Rich

 

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From: Mats Cederholm [mailto:Mats.Cederholm@qbranch.se]
Sent: Friday, March 19, 2004 1:16 AM
To: Kevin Williams; users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: RE: RE: Visual Studio.NET Web Projects...

 

>There is a version of TortoiseSVN you can download with the "_svn" change
>compiled in.

I've been looking to solve this too but I find all of the presented solutions to this point insufficent.
I'd say that it's Microsoft that needs to fix this in their end. Not beeing able to use . as start of a directory name has to be a bug, the os allows it...

/Mats

 
Received on Fri Mar 19 15:59:06 2004

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