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Re: How do I Branch Without Getting Branch Folder?

From: Nathan Kidd <nathan-svn_at_spicycrypto.ca>
Date: 2006-04-04 04:34:28 CEST

Rick Baltman wrote:
> Our team has started working in the Trunk folder. I created a branch in
> the MyProject/Branches/RicksBranch. I can switch back and forth between
> the branch and trunk and make changes.
> The only problem is that when I want to work on the trunk, it creates a
> complete copy of every file in the project in the Branches/RicksBranch
> folder. When I Switch to the branch, it deletes every file in the Branch
> folder.
> This is fine when the number of files is small, but as the amount of
> content increases, this will take a long time to checkout every file in
> the Branches folder. Is there any way to avoid this?

Switch will only update the *difference* between your trunk and branch,
so this will only become a problem if you branch becomes very different
from the trunk (or vice versa). If it does become a problem though,
simply keep two working copies on your disk. One tracks the trunk, the
other tracks your branch.

Forgive me if this is a dumb question to you, but after reading your
message again, it isn't clear how you are switching. To confirm, you
are switching
from MyProject/Trunk to MyProject/Branches/RicksBranch, not
from MyProject/Trunk to MyProject/Branches, right?


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Received on Tue Apr 4 04:33:19 2006

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