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RE: Can the .svn file be somewhere else?

From: Dale Worley <dworley_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2004-11-19 16:16:34 CET

Although it's possible that files and directories starting with "." will be
ignored. E.g., "for file in /etc/* ; do ... ; done" will ignore /etc/.*, as
a wildcard has to match a leading "." explicitly.


-----Original Message-----
From: David Kramer [mailto:david@thekramers.net]

Someone told me you can do this. I can't imagine how that would work, and
can't find anything like that in the documentation or FAQ (Yes, I RTFMed),
but I thought I would give it a shot.

The reason I ask is that both my friend and I want to use Subversion for
Linux config files. The problem is that some directories under /etc are
expected to contain a list of files that need to get processed, like the
cron directories and the rc.* directories. I think the scripts would
choke on the .svn directories.

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