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RE: How do I Branch Without Getting Branch Folder?

From: Rick Baltman <rick_at_2xlgames.com>
Date: 2006-04-05 00:52:10 CEST

> Are you saying the same files exist in both your trunk and branch but
they're still
> being deleted/re-checked-out ?
> If you could provide a command-line transcript of what you run and what
> you expect it would make this easier to diagnose.
> E.g.
> svn co svn://myserver/repo/trunk
> svn switch svn://myserver/repo/branches/mybranch .

Yes, the entire branch folder is getting deleted when I Switch back to the
main trunk, which necessitates a checkout of every file when I Switch back
to the branch.

I'm using Tortoise Svn, so I'm not entering any command lines. Is there a
way to see the equivalent command line?

Esentially, I am calling:

svn switch file:///C:/MyProject/Branches/RicksBranch

This deletes the entire c:\MyProject\Branches folder.


svn switch file:///C:/XL Test Repo

which then gets a new copy of everything inside the c:\MyProjects\Branches

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Received on Wed Apr 5 02:09:31 2006

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