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Is this considered safe?

From: Brian Postow <bpostow_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Mar 2009 10:11:24 -0400

I have a subversion repository, and everything works fine. EXCEPT that svn
doesn't seem to work correctly with Macintosh resource files, or actually,
anything with resource fork. It just zeros it out and gives only the data
fork. For resource files, this is a major problem.

So we solved this by taking our resources out of the repository. Fine.
However, we still want a central place to keep/ exchange/ backup our
resources, and other files that have resource forks. We'd like it to be in
the same place as the repository, just so we can keep track of it. What I
would LIKE to do is add a folder into the top-level folder of the
repository, the one with the dav, db, conf folders etc. and stick the stuff

I understand that svn won't do anything useful with these files. I just want
to know if this will confuse svn, and make something break, or will
subversion just ignore the extra folder, like I want?

So, is it safe to create this folder?


Brian Postow


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