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Tortoise SVN tip: Repair move

Did you ever rename a file from inside Visual Studio? Did you ever move a file from one folder to another from inside Visual Studio? I think you did. And what happened when you tried to commit your changes to a SVN repository with Tortoise SVN? You probably got this: Here I moved a file named MonitoringControllerTest.cs file from the root to the Controller folder: Tortoise SVN didn’t recognize the file as just moved, but instead it found a new file in the Controller folder, and a missing file in the root folder....

What’s in your svn:ignore?

Every time I set up a new Subversion repository I’ve to dig through my previous repositories to look at the pattern to include into the svn:ignore property (which is the one that tells to the svn client which file pattern to exclude from the commit). Mine excludes all the file with the user’s settings, ReSharper local cache, source control  bindings, code artifacts and other random files and folders I need to exclude on a regular basis. *.resharper *.suo *.user *.pdb *.vspscc *.vsssccc *.scc */_ReSharper* */bin */obj */_ReSharper.* bin obj *.resharperoptions *.db *.bak *_ReSharper* *.snk logs output TestResults What’s in your svn:ignore property? Technorati Tags: svn,subversion,ignore

How to get a RSS feed of a Subversion repository

Just found via Twitter thanks to Matt Hawley: SubversionFeed. This service takes any SVN repository with anonymous access enabled and transforms it into a RSS feed with the latest 10 changes. I just subscribed to Subtext SVN RSS feed: Technorati Tags: RSS,SVN,Subtext