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Re: WebDAV access problem with .svn directories

From: Josh Kuo <josh.kuo_at_prioritynetworks.net>
Date: 2004-08-10 22:00:27 CEST

> Users who drag and drop WebDAV folders should not even get a .svn
> folder. Only a Subversion client program would create that. That is,
> of course, unless somehow a .svn directory found it's way into the
> repository via some other method.

And you are absolutely correct! Sorry, after some more close
examination, I discovered that I made a mistake while creating this
directory. I drag-n-dropped a local subversion repository (which I
checked out via a normal svn checkout command) to the remote repository.
As a result, it copied over all the .svn and its hidden files. And of
course, when someone else drags this folder to her desktop, she got all
the .svn garbage that should not have been there in the first place.

Sorry for the confusion folks, it was a dumb user error :)

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Received on Tue Aug 10 22:00:49 2004

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