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Re: Getting visual studio to ignore .svn directoriesq

From: Itamar O <itamarost_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2010 19:01:01 +0300

On Fri, Jun 25, 2010 at 6:54 PM, Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 25, 2010 at 11:27, Greene, Geoffrey N
> <geoffrey.n.greene_at_boeing.com> wrote:
> > 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.
> >
> > Annoying.
> >
> > (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.
> Haven't had this particular issue but I wonder if AnkhSVN (Visual
> Studio plugin for SVN) helps filter this out. I've only ever used VS
> with AnkhSVN installed, so maybe that's why I don't see it?

I'm using Visual Studio with SVN, and did not hit this issue.
I think it's because I'm using VS-search only with project or solution scope.
For recursive tree search I'm using total commander,
and by adding ".svn" to the ignore list I avoid recursion into .svn directories.
Received on 2010-06-25 18:01:38 CEST

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