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Re: files under version control without working copy

From: John Burwell <john.burwell.lists_at_galvnews.com>
Date: 2007-01-31 18:34:12 CET

I probably won't be the first to tell you, 'no.'

It's all over the universe that subversion won't check out individual
files, and that there's little if any chance of it being
implemented. Let the useless pedantic debates commence.

You'll have to use a working copy in an unaffiliated subdirectory,
and a script (a hook script, perhaps) that pushes changes from your
working copy to your final destination.

j

On Jan 31, 2007, at 9:58 AM, Volker Poplawski wrote:

>
> Picture this scenario:
> i have write access to some files in /usr/local/bin/ and would like
> to have
> them under version control. I dont have write access to the
> directory itself
> so i guess i can't make it a working copy.
>
> I there a way to version these files without having a extra working-
> copy
> somewhere with copies of the files?
>
> Regards
> ....Volker
>
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