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Hiding Source Control Folders 
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I use Subversion for my own source control, but my company uses SourceGear Vault.

I noticed that the Project view hides the .svn folders by default. Perhaps because they are hidden by the OS?

But Vault creates similar _sgbak folders, that clutter up my project. I've gone through and hidden them manually, but it would be nice if there was an "ignore files" feature.


Thu Jan 05, 2006 7:50 pm
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Hmmm. just checked. _sgbak folders are hidden in the OS. Which leads me to believe that the project panel is purposely ignoring .svn folders. If we can just add _sgbak to the list of things to ignore, that'd be nice.


Thu Jan 05, 2006 7:56 pm
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Yeah it's purposely ignoring .svn - it drove me crazy while developing the plugin so I hardcoded it temporarily.

You can manually "Hide" the folder with right-click but that's annoying.

I think the correct thing to do is make it a plugin setting, and pre-fill it with as many known version control folders as I can find...I'll do that now.


Thu Jan 05, 2006 8:10 pm
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I just found the source file where it happens and can do it for myself anyway.

Plugin Explorer folder: PluginUI.cs

static string[] excludedDirectories = new string[] { "bin", "obj", ".svn", ".cvs" };


Thu Jan 05, 2006 8:20 pm
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It's already done and checked in :lol:


Thu Jan 05, 2006 8:22 pm
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woohoo! it worked!


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That reminds me that "obj" is not a very good choice for the temporary SWFMILL generation folder.


Thu Jan 05, 2006 8:45 pm
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Philippe wrote:
That reminds me that "obj" is not a very good choice for the temporary SWFMILL generation folder.


Right! anyone have any ideas? Maybe "temporary" or "build" or "fdbuild"?

I'd like it to be something that doesn't look very out of place but also indicates what's in there.


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