> > I have the following "structure":
> > [+] \
> > [+] tags
> > [+] 2011-01-01 ...
> > [+] ...
> > [+] trunk
> > [+] ...
> > Before I was able to do:
> > 1) svn co -N http://me/svn .
> > 2) svn update -N tags
> > 3) svn update trunk
> > Then when I decided to update my stuff I just go there and run "svn
> > update" and tags folder was ignored. Now I did the same thing but when I do
> "svn update"
> > tags is being updated as well (starts downloading contents, and there
> > is a lot of stuff there).
> > I tried "svn update --depth=empty tags", didn't help. The following
> > command hangs svn client forever: "svn update --set-depth=empty tags".
> I did the following:
> Svn co --depth=empty http://myserver/svn/project project cd project svn up --
> depth=empty tags svn up trunk
> Works fine.
> I have read the --set-depth can take a LONG time in 1.7. So a clean checkout
> seems to be the quickest way to do this.
Hmm... those commands all got put on one line:
Svn co --depth=empty http://myserver/svn/project project
svn up --depth=empty tags
svn up trunk
Received on 2011-12-28 18:02:38 CET
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