On Mar 5, 2010, at 7:39 AM, Owen Hartnett wrote:
> I'm using svn with XCode. It seems there's a change to the file behavior on the new XCode. Using terminal, I can completely commit my project, then update it. At this point, svn status shows no files changed. Now if I open XCode, without doing anything else, svn status shows the following files as modified (probably touched):
> which are in the project package. In fact, I can't commit and update from within XCode without touching those files. This is important because I use the svn build number as part of my build process, and it will only validate if I have an integer, not 93/95 or 93M (which is what svnversion -n will give now).
Not sure why Xcode is touching those files, but I'd suggest adding them to your svn ignore list. It's per-user data that you don't need to successfully build the project.
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