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Re: Checking out a subset of a tree from a repository

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2008 12:26:14 +0100

2008/7/7 Rob Moore <robm_at_zuken.co.uk>:
> We have started using SVN/Trac and one of the team has the following
> question, I searched the FAQ's and could not find anything.
> I am looking to check-out a part of a repository, but I want to check it out
> in relation to the root of the repository
> as I will be wanting to check out other sections of the same repository
> later. How do I do this without having to
> checkout each directory as an independent SVN tree?
<snip tree picture>
> eg Today I will be working on project AA2, next week on B2, and then perhaps
> later on AB1 (but I do not have
> enough disk space to check-out the entire project!)
> The whole repository is obviously too large to check out in its entirety,
> but I want to take advantage of the
> hierarchical features eg. performing an update on the top level and keeping
> the relationships between the directories.



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