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Getting visual studio to ignore .svn directoriesq

From: Greene, Geoffrey N <geoffrey.n.greene_at_boeing.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2010 10:27:11 -0500

Apologies if I'm sending this to the wrong group

OK, we are looking at converting our repository from cvs to subversion.

In my first (toy) attempt, I've discovered the .svn/text-base/originalfile.txt.svnbase file. This presents a minor problem for me because in visual studio sometimes I need to do a search. If I change "Look in:" to be a directory (not the project or a solution), then it recurses down into .svn directories, and finds double copies of most things. I don't always want to search the project or the solution, sometimes I want to search every file in a directory, and then it ends up finding multiple copies.


(If I were to use gnu find I could just do a grep -v \.svn)

Succinctly put, is there some way to get visual studio to NOT recurse down .svn directories? Someone MUST have hit this issue.


Received on 2010-06-25 17:27:58 CEST

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