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RE: non-recursive checkouts

From: Rowell, Geoff <growell_at_ENVOYWW.COM>
Date: 2006-07-14 20:23:55 CEST

Sven Brueggemann wrote:
> 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)?
The non-stickyness of non-recursive working copies is Subversion issue
#695. It's currently in progress for SVN 1.4.x.


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