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Re: AW: Problems setting svn:ignore property to "*" via windows command line

From: Stein Somers <ssomers_at_opnet.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 20:18:53 +0100

On 09/02/2010 12:51, Janosch Scharlipp wrote:
> Is the runtime part of the final program, or is it available as a dll in my
> os ready to be loaded on program startup?

In build lingo, that sounds: is the runtime statically linked or
dynamically linked? It depends on how the subversion source code was
built and packaged. I bet the configuration files/makefiles default to
some direction (so the subject is somewhat relevant on this list) but I
couldn't find any /MT or /MD. Either way, it's the responsibility of the
supplier of the subversion package, like Collabnet, SlikSVN... to cook
something that works from the source code.

> Can i find out, what type of runtime is beeing used

For Windows, dependencywalker.com is great. If the runtime is
dynamically linked, it will show something like msvcrt*.dll is used.

But if I were you, I would use the workaround suggested in this thread
and not try to talk sense into Windows. Maybe you can fool it by passing
a unicode * character or so.

Received on 2010-02-11 20:19:31 CET

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