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Checkout path.

From: Peter Scmsvn <scmsvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-04-21 17:38:36 CEST


I have a question regarding TSVN behavior compared to SVN's, regarding the

When I am in a random folder and do

svn co svn://path/to/repos/PROJ/trunk/PROJ

it creates a PROJ folder locally, and the parent hasn't the .svn folder
(which is logical), and it fills
the PROJ folder with the contents of the PROJ folder in the repository.

On the opposite, when in TSVN I position myself in a random folder, and I
chose to do a checkout from


it fetches the contents of the PROJ folder in the folder where I am.

Both actions are logically correct, but their behaviour are a bit

In fact, I'd wish the folder where the checkout is made not to be versioned
(with TSVN, it is automatically referring to the parent
folder (trunk) of the one (PROJ) checkouted, and thus versionned).

Is it normal ?

Thank you,


Received on Fri Apr 21 17:38:57 2006

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