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Re: What part of the repos to check out?

From: Rainer Müller <mueller_rainer_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2006-06-08 12:08:24 CEST

Scott Morris wrote:
> I just added my first 'tag'. But now realise that If I 'Update' my
> working copy, which contains that 'tags' folder, its going to recreate
> ALL those files in that tags directory. eek.
> So my question is, for the most part developers in a team shouldn't
> really be checking out the root directory of a repository, only the
> trunk? Otherwise every time you release a version and tag it, you will
> be creating real copies of the whole project on your hard disk.

Right, developers should only checkout trunk or the branches they are working on.
If anyone needs a file as it was in some tag, he can still use the repo browser
to get a copy of it.

HTH, Rainer

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