[Mono-list] CS2008 : Can't dig to the source of the problem.
vsviridov at exceede.com
Sat Oct 13 13:45:34 EDT 2007
Funny, how that bug is inherited in the clean-room engineered piece of
I'm not sure though, that linux version of SVN supports the underscore
That's fine for now, though...
Bill Seddon wrote:
> I don't know about Mono but using VS2003 with SVN can cause a problem if
> the SVN client creates .svn files. Here's a cut paste of a comment to
> this article
> rumid=399137&exp=0&select=1961664 and which hints a potential solution
> at least for TortoiseSVN users.
> "The name used depends on a setting of the local copy of TortoiseSVN
> installed on your machine. If you develop a web application (ASP.NET)
> with IIS 6 using VS2003 (that still does happen a lot) you don't want to
> have a hidden folder to be named .svn. You will have a lot of troubles
> trying to load a web project from the IIS virtual directory with
> absolutely meaningless error message in VS2003. So the solution is
> simple: go to TortoiseSVN settings and on a General tab check "Use
> '_svn' instead '.svn' directories" checkbox. This problem does not
> happen with VS2005."
> -----Original Message-----
> From: mono-list-bounces at lists.ximian.com
> [mailto:mono-list-bounces at lists.ximian.com] On Behalf Of Vasili Sviridov
> Sent: 13 October 2007 09:03
> To: Daniel Nauck
> Cc: mono-list at lists.ximian.com
> Subject: Re: [Mono-list] CS2008 : Can't dig to the source of the
> Daniel Nauck wrote:
>> Vasili Sviridov schrieb:
>>> Looks like i've found the culprit. My App_Code folder contained .svn
>>> folder, apparently this breaks compilation. As soon as the .svn was
>>> removed everything started working fine.
>>> Although this is not the best solution, as I want to have that folder
>>> under version control. Is there a way to tell the compiler to ignore
>> What version of mono are you using? This problem don't exist on svn
> The one that's currently in the yum repository for fedora4. xsp2 version
> is 188.8.131.52
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