On Dec 12, 10:30 am, Kurt Pruenner <l..._at_gmx.at> wrote:
> Carrie wrote:
> > I'd also like to delete single files from only my working copy,
> > freeing up disk space but leaving them intact in the repository.
> > However, when I perform a normal delete, the folder containing those
> > files becomes "unhappy" (red exclamation point overlay). How can I
> > make this folder clean again, without committing and thus wiping the
> > deleted file from the repository?
> SVN Update?
> SVN doesn't support "cherry-picking" single files from the repository,
> only folders. So if you had each big file in a separate directory you
> could check out only a subset of them, but if all are in the same
> directory any difference vs. the repository will be seen as a change.
SVN Updating repopulates the deleted file, putting me back in my
Interestingly, I *can* cherry-pick from the repository using TSVN ->
Check for modifications -> Check Repository, then "updating" only the
files I select. If I start from a fresh folder and do this for all
files but one, it leaves the system in the same state as the one I
want: a clean folder that doesn't include the deleted file. (Of
course, as soon as I SVN Update this folder, the file would come
back.) I'd like to know if there's an easier way, since I've already
updated the folder to contain all the files (including the one I don't
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Received on 2008-12-12 17:35:40 CET