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is there a 'cloak' equivalent in tsvn?

From: Roel Vanhout <roel_at_riks.nl>
Date: 2006-04-04 17:46:25 CEST


I'm migrating from sourcesafe to svn, using tsvn as the client. I'm
wondering if there is a way to emulate the 'cloak' functionality of
sourcesafe. Basically, in sourcesafe you can mark certain directories in
the source tree to be 'cloaked' which means that they are not
updated/checked out when a parent directory is updated. That means that
you can 'cloak' a number of directories you're not interested in (eg
projects you don't work on) and from that point on you can do an update
of the top-level directory every morning, go get a cup of coffee and
when you get back you have a fully updated source tree - and only of
those directories you're interested in. Is there a way to do that with
tsvn? I've seen that you can set properties on directories but that
doesn't seem to be per-user nor do I see how I could use it to prevent
directories from being checked out. Thanks.



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