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SVN with xcode (Apple developer tools)

From: Jeremy Pereira <jeremy.pereira_at_ntlworld.com>
Date: 2004-03-29 22:29:45 CEST

On Mar 29, 2004, at 19:57, Scott Anderson wrote:

> Hi! Using svn 1.0.1 on Mac OS X (modified to use CVS as admin
> directory -- don't ask but I don't think that should matter on the
> server using svnlook)
>

I actually start a terminal session and move the .svn directory out of
the nib while I'm in Interface Builder and then put it back before the
commit.

I was going to ask if any other OS X developers had other alternative
strategies.

Note to normal people: the nib file in OS X contains resources like
windows and menus. Only it isn't a file, it's a directory which
therefore contains a .svn directory when controlled by Subversion. For
some reason, Interface Builder (the tool you use to create menus and
windows) thinks the nib is read only if it has a .svn subdirectory.
Subdirectories called "CVS" are OK because Apple Developer tools have
CVS integration and therefore know about them.

What I'd *really* like is for the admin directory name to be
configurable without recompilation.

--
Jeremy Pereira
http://www.jeremyp.net
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