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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000183||Server||Server||public||2020-07-22 06:45||2020-08-18 15:25|
|Summary||0000183: Hidden folders seen as resources|
|Description||Most of my projects are either on github or bitbucket, I'm not a fan of adding a whole bunch of other folders to the source code (for example; initializing git in the folder where the server.exe is) so I always initialize my repository in the resources folder.|
By initializing a git repo, you always get a .git folder. The server does an attempt on booting up this folder, I think it's safe to say that you can skip every hidden folder/file while booting up resources. It's also not in my list of resources in the server.xml so it shouldn't even try to boot it up in the first place.
|Steps To Reproduce||1. Initialize a new git repo (git init) in the resources folder|
2. boot your server
3. the following errors pop up:
unable to load meta.xml in resource .git!
Failed to load resource .git!
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