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Re: Compiling against the repository

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2008 07:38:16 +0200

Hi Ian,

On 22/04/2008, Ian S. Worthington <IanWorthington_at_usa.net> wrote:
> Thanks Ron.
> Maybe I've missed a concept somewhere? My understanding is this:
> In the repository I have several hundred include files. I can't compile
> directly against the repository but need to maintain some kind of
> external copy the compiler can find its includes in. The question is,
> after a developer takes a private copy, makes some changes, then commits
> them back to the repository, how does that external copy (not other
> developers private copies) get updated to keep in sync with the repository?

You probably need to check out the include folders from the repository
as well. Either by adding them to the trunk, or by creating a separate
folder in the repository and checking that one out separately (or
through 'externals' -- see the SVN book for a discussion about using
externals in a working copy).

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