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Re: Mac OS X "packages" Best Practices?

From: Richard Jolly <richardjolly_at_mac.com>
Date: 2006-03-02 23:45:09 CET

On 2 Mar 2006, at 18:51, Russ Brown wrote:

> I've come to this thread a little late but I do have an alternative
> solution: use SVK as your client instead of svn. SVK uses a different
> working copy format that doesn't involve adding .svn directories to
> each
> and every directory in the working copy. In fact it doesn't add
> anything
> to the working copy: the working copy information is stored elsewhere.

... in ~/.svk

Which has the nice effect that all the other unix tools don't
constantly bump into the .svn dirs. I'm curious why doesn't subversion
itself take this approach?


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