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non-recursive checkouts

From: Sven Brueggemann <SBrueggemann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2006-07-14 19:51:15 CEST


TSVN has an option "Only check out the top folder" in the
checkout dialog. This works fine, but as soon as there are
changes for subfolders in the repository, the first update
returns an error message that the subfolder is missing and
the user is adviced to do a cleanup.
I did not do a cleanup, but tried "Update" again - and this
time, the whole directory tree is updated.

First, I didn't expect an error message and secondly, I
didn't expect to receive the whole tree.

Is this a svn or a TSVN problem (The CLI doesn't return
an error message, but it also updates the folders that
were intentionally not checked out)?

After a non-recursive checkout: Does TSVN provide any means
of updating one of the folders that were not checked out like
in the CLI use pattern svn co --N [PATH]; svn update [folder]?

Does a WC "know" that it is non-recursive? Is this
information stored in the meta-data somewhere?

Can someone provide an example in which situations you
would do a non-recursive checkout with TSVN?

Kind regards


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Received on Fri Jul 14 19:52:02 2006

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