thank you for your advice.
To point 1, I have selected the folder that shall be cleared from
subfolders, called "sandbox" and then selected "update to revision" in the
context menu with selected option "only this item".
To point 2, I have done a few cycles doing the update in point 1 and doing
an clean-up command on the whole working copy ... but the SQLite database
file did not shrink perceivable, nor the additional folders in the pristine
directory, that keep the original files ...
Is it enough, to clean-up the svn status or are more options required in the
clean-up dialog, to get rid of the unused pristine files ?
To point 3, there were no modifications on that sandbox folder.
Von: Konstantin Kolinko [mailto:knst.kolinko_at_gmail.com]
Gesendet: Sonntag, 25. März 2012 01:45
Betreff: Re: Partial Checkout Problem
2012/3/24 Elmar Teitge <elmar.teitge_at_ultra-it.de>:
> Hello TSVN users,
> I have tried to check out the boost c++ library repository as a working
> on my local Solid-State-Disk. I experienced, that the boost repository is
> too large for that check out I want to do. So I decided to make a partial
> check out with dumping the sandbox items for my working copy.
> About 60 % of the working copy were created on the disk and I tried to
> the sandbox folder by doing an svn update command with the option "only
> this item" to delete all subfolders for that directory.
> The TSVN update dialog was running over 30 hours and only one subfolder
> was deleted from the sandbox directory.
1. Maybe you selected wrong folder when invoking the update operation?
2. Note, that "svn update --set-depth" will remove the files and
folders from your working copy, but pristine copies of the files will
be still present on your drive.
You have to do "svn cleanup" to get rid of unused pristine copies.
(This is a known unimplemented feature and is mentioned in Subversion
1.7 release notes).
3. If there are modified files, ignored files, or files that it cannot
delete then Tortoise just plays safe and leaves them on your hard
drive. It deletes only files that are controlled by subversion and
have no modifications.
Use "Check for modifications" dialog to see what is the state of your
> I am using the current TSVN Version 1.7.6.
> I am not sure if this is a conflict with the TSVNCache, or if this is a
> problem with subversion itself.
> Has anyone made experiences with that topic and is able to help me ?
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