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Hidden directories and files now show via mod_dav_svn

From: <franck.routier_at_axege.com>
Date: 2005-11-16 15:46:39 CET


I am facing the following problem :
some formelly 'hidden' files now show in Apache using mod_dv_svn and are
downloaded by Tortoisesvn as well. A linux box synchronized using svn
command is not affected.
This is new, it was not the case before (the repository is up for about
one year), and I am not sure what happened. I suspect their might have
been a software update on the server, although I can't tell for sure
(nobody remembers !).

We are using Subversion version 1.2.0 (r14790) on a Debian stable box with

The files / directories 'polluting' the repository (I mean they shouldn't
be seen by the users) are :
README.txt, conf, dav, db, format, hooks and locks.

Configuration of subversion was not modified...

Have you any idea where this problem can come from ?

Thanks in advance,


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