xcode and @ in filenames.

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Ron

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Jul 4, 2010, 12:55:35 AM7/4/10
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When using xcode to make an iPhone iOS4 app, you are supposed to tag image filenames that are x2 the resolution as follows: myI...@2x.png. The problem is that subversion can deal with this filename due to the @.

Given that xcode supports subversion (the only version control they support until git in xcode4), it's surprising they would choose this file naming scheme and not see a lot of problems (or maybe they do, but they're Apple).

Is there a way to work around this? A client/server option to be able to have @ in a filename?

Thanks, Ron

Ryan Schmidt

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Jul 4, 2010, 2:50:02 AM7/4/10
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On Jul 3, 2010, at 23:55, Ron wrote:

> When using xcode to make an iPhone iOS4 app, you are supposed to tag image filenames that are x2 the resolution as follows: myI...@2x.png. The problem is that subversion can deal with this filename due to the @.

Did you mean "can't"? If so, not true; Subversion can deal with files with "@" in the name. Just append another "@" at the end of the name, e.g.:

svn verb myI...@2x.png@

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