David Corbin <email@example.com> wrote on 03/04/2006 06:04:15 PM:
> I've figured out part of what I was doing wrong. I was doing a proplist
> I needed to do
> a propget.
In Subclipse, do Team -> Show Properties.
> Is there subclipse feature for 'hiding' a branch? I've essentially
> multiple projects in one tree (not the way I want to do things, but it's
> rails way, and woe unto he who doesn't follow rails conventions:) ), but
> really only want to manage one (the root) through subclipse. I wouldn't
> have the others under it, but I have to create a patch, and for whomever
> release a version with that patch, before I can just eliminate it.
If you are saying you need to checkout some folder, and you want some of
the subfolders to not checkout, then the answer is that Subversion does
not support that, so there is no way for Subclipse to support it either.
All you can really do is organize the tree differently. This is one of
the main reasons, Subversion recommends this kind of layout:
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Received on Sun Mar 5 02:37:21 2006