We are developing a WordPress plugin that uses Zend Framework and is hosted in Subversion. Since the release of Studio 9, when checking out a project, I do not have the same level of control that we had before.
For example, we have the following directory structure:
In the SVN repository we have the project which contains the theme files and plugin which we symlink to the plugins directory. I would like to be able to check out only the project and look like the following:
/var/www/html/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/[the-project-plugin-folder] <- This is a symlink to the above referenced folder
However, when check out anything with Zend Studio 9 it ignores all of the WordPress files and routines and just checks out the theme file. It also clutters up the directory all of those .project, .buildpath and .settings files. This is a problem because all of our developers are not using Zend Studio.
How can I check out the project so it works within Zend Studio and the WordPress system and place the metadata elsewhere? Is this even possible?
Thanks in advance.
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