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Custom Win32 binaries

From: Mladen Mihajlovic [H] <mladen_at_hixnet.co.za>
Date: 2004-05-28 09:54:07 CEST

Jeff Cave wrote:

> On Unix/Linux systems directories and files with names starting with
> "." are hidden. The "." works just fine on Win, but Visual Studio does
> not like it at all (as I understand it). I don't have a problem
> working on both a linux and windows computer working on the same code.
> Both use the "." notation.

Thanks Jeff.
Although what I meant was, why is it hard to change .svn to _svn in the
subversion source code? If it's easy to change, then logically it
shouldn't be "unofficial" as it shouldn't affect anything else. Anyway,
I will search the archives and hopefully try to find the answers.

Branko Cibej wrote:

> *Please* don't start this discussion again. Search the archives at
> www.contractor.se/~dast/svn and .../svnusers. Every one of your
> questions was answered about 50 times already.

That site doesn't seem to work for me. I tried searching in the mailing
list archives on tigris but it doesn't work too well (doesn't see the _
in _svn). Are there any specific subjects I can search for?

Received on Fri May 28 09:54:50 2004

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