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Re: Re: Re: Update non-recursively?

From: Jared Hardy <jaredhardy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-12 23:19:42 CEST

<jaredhardy@gmail.com> wrote:
> You might be able to do all your checkouts from the TortoiseSVN
> Repo-Browser, instead of through File Explorer. Then you can use the
> "Only update top folder" checkbox in the Checkout dialog from there,
> which is about the same as "svn co -N".

<SebastianUnger@eaton.com> wrote:
> That's cool to do the initial svn co -N, but how do you then individualy svn up the subfolders?

I was actually thinking you would just Checkout the individual
projects you need to the right subfolder. Kind of like doing an "svn
co -N project1URL project1WC." instead of the "svn up -N project1" you
described, using the Repo-Browser GUI to make argument passing easier.
It's a little more manual work, but would amount to the same net
effect. But as described in an earlier e-mail in this thread,
non-recursive checkouts and updates are broken in Suversion currently,
so you might just want to stick to the command line if that worked.


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