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Iquaba

Jun 27, 2009, 04:39 am Last Edit: Jun 27, 2009, 04:40 am by Iquaba Reason: 1
If there's anyway around it, can you avoid completely replacing the applet folder?  I think that's what's making it a pain to svn as compiling wipes out the .svn folder.

Thanks!

kg4wsv

I never add the applet folder to the repository, and ignore any complaints about applet when I do an svn stat (using svn stat Arduino | grep -v applet).

applet contains nothing that I need in my repository anyway.

-j

Mike Mc


Robert Lee

Before importing the project to SVN the first time, I delete the applet folder (it will get recreated next time you upload the sketch to the Arduino). After the project is updated back to the folder on my machine I add applet to the ignore list.

Mike Mc


kg4wsv

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....and SVN is???....

It's the subversion revision control system.

-j


Iquaba

ha, so simple, thanks.  I never bothered to look at what was actually in there.

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