I hadn't noticed the folder creation popup.
The project layout is unfortunately not changeable and projects aren't
the same way the workspace is, due to includes and other infrastructure
But that ain't a problem anymore, as I think I can manage to do what I want
popup, it creates the subfolder and does not version the current one, just
as svn command does.
Creating the subfolder automatically though, would have been a nice way of
the user to select multiple folders from the repository, to checkout in the
current folder (as a new, later feature),
thus really taking advantage of the GUI.
Thank you again for your help.
On 4/22/06, Stefan Küng <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Peter Scmsvn wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I was sure you might have had this discussion earlier.
> Yes :)
> > The "problem" with that behaviour, is that, for instance, when you
> > want to checkout multiple projects in the same directory, from
> > different paths in the repository, you are unable to do it with tsvn
> > directly, you'd have to check out the first one from its /trunk/
> > path, then delete the .svn created in the local folder, then checkout
> > the other project from its own /trunk/ path, etc... Or, you'd have to
> > create the folders before, and then checkout in those folder
> > respectively.
> I don't quite get your problem here. Why would you check out something
> and then delete the .svn folder??
> If you want to check out multiple folders, just do it.
> * right-click on the folder where you want to check out
> * enter the URL to check out from
> * append the folder name to the check out path
> * TSVN asks you if you want to create that folder since it doesn't exist
> * click "yes" and let the checkout run
> And btw: such nested folders are not what we want to push users to do.
> If you're project requires something like this, I'd say the layout of
> your project is wrong. I always want my projects to be 'ready' with a
> single checkout.
> You *can* do it with TSVN, but if you need to do a little bit more work
> than usual, that's absolutely intended and good - because you might then
> reconsider what you're doing and find a better project layout.
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Received on Mon Apr 24 21:57:51 2006