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question about svn check out

From: vichy <vichy.kuo_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2008 22:53:39 +0800

Dear all:
when using svn co like:
$ svn checkout http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk
A trunk/Makefile.in
A trunk/ac-helpers
A trunk/ac-helpers/install.sh
A trunk/ac-helpers/install-sh
A trunk/build.conf
íK
Checked out revision 8810.

The svn will check out files as trunk/xxxxx
Right now I use svn to take care kernel source code I try to modify,
but I find I don't need the "trunk/", since it will affect my make
fail.
That means, I hope to check out everything below trunk to the current folder.
I know there are several methods can help me.
1. after checking out, mv all files below trunk to current folder. And
when finished modifying, mv them back to trunk and svn commit.
2. type each folder and file names under trunk one by one.

Is there more convenient way to meet my requirement?
BTW, I have used tortoisesvn, it can meet my requirement. Pick a
folder I named and choose check out
"http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk".
It can copy all the files below trunk down to the named folder.

Does it use some special option in check out or it pre-scan the folder
and then check out it one by one?
appreciate your help,
vichy
Received on 2008-10-31 15:54:01 CET

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