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Re: Copy of a partial tree?

From: Peter Samuelson <peter_at_p12n.org>
Date: 2007-04-21 11:29:05 CEST

[David Glasser]
> Ah, right. The depth-zero directories are actually there (and can be
> targetted by "svn delete").

But, uh, I thought the normal use for sparse dirs was more like:

  svn co --depth=empty {URL}/A
  svn up --depth=infinity A/B A/C A/D

...i.e., I want to have directory A present but only certain files or
subdirs of A: B, C, and D. If I do that, how am I supposed to schedule
everything else inside A for deletion before the copy?

I think it would be useful to allow 'svn cp . {URL}' to snapshot the
true state of the WC, just as it does if part of the WC has been

Received on Sat Apr 21 11:29:13 2007

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