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    Adding Project to Source Control


    I want to add my Sencha project to source control. In our case it is Subversion. Is there any guidelines as to what should be added and what should be omitted? Should only the metadata folder be placed under source control?

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    Everything in the folder should be added to source control.
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    Bug with deploy and subversion.


    There appears to be a bug with the deploy and subversion.

    Yesterday I had a problem that the project would fail on deploy after I had put in under subversion. I found that the deploy was copying the subversion directories to the deploy directories, and on the second deploy it was failing, I assume is was because it could not overwrite the subversion directories. When I deleted all the copied .svn directories the deploy would work again.

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