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Re: Updates and tags

From: Kevin Greiner <greinerk_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-21 15:06:37 CET

On 2/21/06, Glenn Welker <glennw@mrhtech.com> wrote:
> I am trying to determine the best way to update my local files without
> pulling down every tagged project.
> In daily use it is common to use projects from both major project groups as
> well as move between the trunk and branches. Ideally I would like to come
> into work and update all of my local files from the root without getting the
> tagged directories. Is there a way to ignore a directory while at the same
> time making this same directory visible for copy or other methods that would
> be necessary for tagging? It is currently inconvenient to move to each trunk
> or branch and update locally. TortoiseSVN or client also shows everything as
> needing updated or having changes if we don't have the tags locally.

Tagging is done via URLs so you'll need repo access to do that operation.

Write a batch file like the following and run it when you want to
update your complete wc.
svn up c:\wc\project group 1\trunk
svn up c:\wc\project group 1\branches
svn up c:\wc\project group 2\trunk
svn up c:\wc\project group 2\branches

or, if you want some more generic and you have consistent repo folder
naming, try this:
cd c:\wc
for /d %v in (*) do if /i not "%v" EQU "tags" svn up %v

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Received on Tue Feb 21 15:07:19 2006

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