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Re: MacOSX: svn:ignore - unable to add Icon0x0d

From: the_Alien <the_alien_at_aliensoundware.com>
Date: 2007-03-13 00:56:38 CET

Thanks for the info. I'm no more doing that on version controlled trees.


Am 13.03.2007 um 00:46 schrieb Dave Camp:

> I think this has come up before and there isn't a fix, other than
> to not
> do that... depending on what the icon is being displayed on, there
> may be
> alternative ways of getting the icon displayed (e.g. adding it to a
> bundle, Finder .DS_Store file, etc).
> It was a bad idea when Apple implemented that back in the OS 8/9
> days. It
> was doubly bad when Apple brought that forward to OS X. It breaks all
> sorts of command line stuff.
> Dave
>> Hi svn fellows!
>> I'm a long time cvs-user who is finally successfully converted into
>> an svn-user (in other words: I was made compatible or shall I say
>> Universal Binary :-)
>> I observed that if you change an icon of a directory (e.g. copy one
>> over the old one in GetInfo window) on MacOSX it creates a file which
>> is displayed as "Icon?" but containes hex 0x0d which in turn lets my
>> svn scream out loud. I searched on the tigris database but didn't
>> find any results.
>> So, is this already known? Or shall I report this issue?
>> Cheers,
>> the_Alien@aliensoundware.com
>> PS:
>> If you ask yourself "Why the hell you come along and tweak and fiddle
>> around on unproductive things and waste everyone's time?" I can reply
>> in my defense "Hey, I'm on Mac now: Everything shines, bells and
>> whistles. I wanna have that too!" :-)
Received on Tue Mar 13 00:55:16 2007

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