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Re: How to checkout partial directories in a project?

From: Sven Brueggemann <SBrueggemann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2006-09-13 20:23:01 CEST


Liu Yubao wrote:

> Sven Brueggemann wrote:
>> Liu Yubao wrote:
>>> My example repos:
>>> /trunk/A/a
>>> /trunk/B/b
>>> /trunk/C/c
>>> I wouldn't like to check out A and B individually as I can't
>>> commit
>>> a patch across A and B.
>> You can. Select A and B, right click, commit. With 1.4.0 you can
>> also drag the files you want to commit to the commit dialog.
> Disappointed, it says:
> "Error 'D:\work' is not a working copy", And 'svn commit A B' says
> that too.

You are right - it works for me, because A and B are subdirectories of
another working copy (says "D") here.

Does anybody know, why subversion wants to access the entries file of
the parent directory in this case?

Kind regards


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