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On 2010-03-05, at 10:48 AM, Dave Carrigan wrote: > There is really no need for these files to be in subversion anyway. All they do is store state information for xcode, and xcode will work perfectly fine even if these files don't exist, as would be the case with a fresh checkout. A caveat: besides storing project state for that user (window size & position, file history, text editor positions, active target & executable), they also store things like executable arguments and environment variables used when launching from Xcode. If you ignore those files and check out a fresh working copy, you'll have to manually reenter such settings. (OK, it's probably not a common issue, but something to keep in mind.) ---- Karl Moskowski <email@hidden> Voodoo Ergonomics Inc. <http://voodooergonomics.com/>
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