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Controlling OS X bundles - how?

From: Steve Folly <steve.folly_at_blueyonder.co.uk>
Date: 2005-08-12 21:00:55 CEST


Many file system 'objects' in OS X are implemented as bundles, which
is basically a directory containing a set of files. They're common
place - .nib objects in Xcode, Pages documents, etc.

Obviously, just adding the directory doesn't work - I'd need to add
all the files below it as well. But that wouldn't create .svn
directories all over the place? Seems a bit messy to me.

Xcode provides an example cvswrappers file which - hmmm... - used
have a script (for CVS) for tarring these bundles, but claims they're
deprecated now??

OK then, let's forget the question about how it would in CVS, but I
still want to ask the question about how we do this in Subversion?!


Steve Folly.
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