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Re: Controlling OS X bundles - how?

From: Mike Conley <nomad_at_mac.com>
Date: 2005-08-16 09:53:38 CEST

In case anyone's interested and doesn't already know, handling bundles is apparently being tracked as Issue #707 at the Subversion site:

The proposed method is basically to add the ability to mark folders as "opaque", and to have SVN automatically add and delete files as the bundle changes.

Personally, I have a big XCode project that I want to add to SVN, including several old, archived versions of the code base, and I simply can't do it until this feature is implemented. I could probably deal with using a script, or archiving nib packages, or whatever, but I'll never be able to get the other people who will have to use this system to do that. It really has to be transparent.

Other than that, I've been using SVN for several months now for my Windows work, and it's been great.

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Received on Tue Aug 16 12:13:08 2005

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