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problem with depth

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-12 11:30:19 CEST


Maybe I'm misunderstanding how the depth param should work, but I've got
a problem when updating with --depth=infinity:

$ svn co
Resources d:\test\Resources --depth=files

this will get me a working copy of the Resources folder, without the

Now, I'd like to get the subfolder too:

$ svn up d:\test\Resources --depth=infinity

only the existing working copy is updated, the subfolder isn't fetched.

I thought that passing --depth=infinity to 'svn up' would override the
depth of the existing working copy? Shouldn't it be possible to change
the existing depth of a working copy with an update?

Using r24980 of the Subversion trunk.


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