I'm sorry, this belongs to the users list.
Von: Lars Heineken [mailto:email@example.com]
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 22. März 2006 09:06
An: Talha Oktay
Betreff: AW: external newbie question
Dear Talha Oktay,
I'm afraid that subversion won't offer you the functionality you need. The external keyword can only import external folders not single files.
What I'm wondering about is why you are required to have these files in the same directory, can't you configure your application to look
inside a subfolder instead of the main folder ? (This might be utter rubbish as I don't know anything about your application :-)
PS: My email-address has changed, therefore I had to renew my subscription with the list. I'm back on again.
Von: Talha Oktay [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Gesendet: Dienstag, 21. März 2006 19:08
An: Lars Heineken
Betreff: Re: external newbie question
Yes, I know it sounds silly. But that is the fact. I need to check two projects side by side as being one dependent on the other. As a matter of fact the second project is a collection of files which are not compiled as library. So I have to include the files to the same directory where my main project resides. I am sure this is not the best way to accomplish this, but I am working in an environment which I do not control the structure. If I can not use this extern facility, I will simpy copy and add the files to the projectA which will basically a replication which I do not want to.
On 3/21/06, Lars Heineken <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have a project lets say under a url $HOME/svnrep/projectA/trunk.
> I would like to include code from other project from the $HOME/svnrep/projectB/trunk.
> I would like to put them in the same directory.
> I have checkout the project A trunk lets say to projectA_wrk
> I try to say that whenever I checkout projectA bring the files from projectB into same directory where I checked out projectA.
> But svn:external property forces me to put projectB under a subdirectory of projectB which I do not want to.
> svn:external property forces me to give a relative path to projectB. Does not accept "." or ".." in the path.
Did I understand you correctly, you are trying to force a checkout of two projects (A and B) side by side, in the same directory. When checking out A ?
Received on Wed Mar 22 09:19:12 2006