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Re: Custom Win32 binaries

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-05-28 10:42:27 CEST

The unsupportedness does not spring from codecomplexity. The FAQ documents
how to create a binary like this yourself.

Obviously you did not search the list archive you were pointed to, since
even this question is answered there.

The point being: read the history. Come back if there is something in the
archive you don't understand.



(Who does not want to be rude, but definitely has no appitite for rehashing
the issue once more.)

> 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?

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