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Re: .htaccess in .svn

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-08-31 17:41:55 CEST

Jon Riddle wrote:
> >I just want to know if svn is going to choke or hiccup or make
> >irritating noises if it finds a .htaccess file in a .svn directory.

You can expect some choke-age if you 'svn delete' a directory at some
point in the future. Subversion will leave that directory, it's .svn
directory, and your unversioned .htaccess file, as turds (which might
cause you problems later on.

Toby Johnson <toby@etjohnson.us> writes:
> Why not use a <LocationMatch "\.svn"> directive in your Apache conf?
> The problem with the approach you're trying to take is that you'd have
> to create an .htaccess file every time you created a working copy,
> which would quickly become a PITA.

This is a much saner solution. Fix it once for all time.

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