On Thu, Jan 29, 2009 at 5:35 AM, Michel GUILLOT <mguillot_at_psartus.com> wrote:
> I need to do incremental check-outs, for instance first checking out a directory with only its files, then checking out recursively one of its sub-folders (and only this one).
> How do you do it with Subclipse ? I was able to do it with TortoiseSVN: in the repo browser, I select the directory not yet checked-out and select 'Update Item to revision', then in the dialog I select the desired depth for the directory to check-out.
> I didn't find the info in the Subclipse doc.
> I think my config is current:
> Subversion: 1.5.5
> Eclipse: 3.4.1
> Subclipse: 1.4.7
> SVN Interface: JavaHL 1.5.5
> I tried to change the SVN Interface to SVN Kit 1.2.1 with no success
> I get I'm able to change the depth of an already checked-out directory through the 'Switch to another branch/tag/revision...' option, but what if the directory isn't yet checked-out ?
> Is there not a full support of sparse directories of svn 1.5 in the current Subclipse implementation ?
Yes, there is complete support for this feature in Subclipse. The
option you use is "Switch". Switch and Update are really the same
thing internally and users of Subclipse objected to having Update
bring up a dialog since it is so rare you want to change anything. So
you have to use Switch for any Update operation that does not involve
a "normal" update to HEAD.
When I use this feature, I checkout with depth=immediates so that
subfolders are brought down. You can then use the Switch option on
subfolders that you want to expand.
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Received on 2009-01-29 15:01:05 CET