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Re: [PROPOSAL] Dealing with large directories/difficult to organize trees.

From: John Belmonte <john_at_neggie.net>
Date: 2005-07-15 04:38:39 CEST

Ben Reser wrote:
> I'm generally under the impression that people don't use non-recurssive
> checkouts becuase they don't work right. Given that I think we probably
> should feel free to change the interface without worrying too much about
> breaking anyone. If they're using it, it's already broken anyway.

I use checkout -N all the time, especially in a directory of branches,
where I only need to manipulate the last 2 or 3 versions (and I do have
cases where I need atomic commits across branches, e.g. for changing
branch metadata). Using "svn update" to fill in missing branches works
well and seems natural. What I'm missing is a way to remove branches I
don't need anymore-- I have to wipe out the tree and start over again.
I like Greg's "svn release" proposal.

I'm glad you are acknowledging that this is just a stepping stone--
bring on the arbitrary repo-to-wc mapping please.

--Regards, John

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