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Re: CVS & Subversion evaluation

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-02-20 04:14:34 CET

On Thu, 2004-02-19 at 20:43, Jesse Tilly wrote:

> CVS will create missing directories. This does not seem to be the
> natural behavior for SVN. It seems I have to checkout the directory. Why
> is this a problem? It means I need to know the full URL and *also* have
> SVN download everything below the missing directory. But, as Early said,
> SVN doesn't even work that way. You have to get the "error" and then
> perform an update. That doesn't seem right tome.
> Is there a thread or issue I'm missing that explains why this is the
> natural behavior for SVN or is this clearly a place where some
> contribution is in order?

I'm sorry, I think I've lost the context for your mail. You didn't
connect it to the original thread (which I can't seem to find in the
mailing list archive), have changed the subject, and didn't quote the
original mail. So I'm not sure what you're "following up" to.

Can you be more explicit?

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