Re: Possible regression with empty checkouts of repos in 1.7.
You're seeing intended behaviour, including the --set-depth=exclude
feature (which is new in 1.6).
Thomas Dziedzic wrote on Wed, Dec 14, 2011 at 21:10:56 -0600:
> I used to be able to do:
> svn checkout --depth=empty svn://svn.archlinux.org/packages
> cd packages
> svn up pacman
> rm -r pacman
> svn up
> and it would leave me with an empty, working copy on my computer in
> subversion 1.6.17
> When I upgraded to subversion 1.7.2, after doing the same set of
> commands as described above,
> the last svn up brings back the pacman folder into the working copy.
> So far, I haven't been able to find any documented proof that this is
> an intentional change.
> Finally, when I run:
> svn up --set-depth exclude pacman
> This works as expected.
> So my question is, am I experiencing a regression? Or is this new,
> intended behavior with subversion 1.7?
> Thanks for your time!
Received on 2011-12-15 11:36:07 CET
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