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Re: How to remove local files without affecting repository

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 03 May 2009 08:53:10 +0200

Ronni Rosenberg wrote:
> Let me be more specific. I have the following structure:
> MyHeadDirectory
> Subdirectory1
> Subdirectory2
> Subdirectory3
> (The subdirectories have their own subdirectories in turn.)
> I want to delete my working copy of Subdirectory2. Then, when I do
> future updates at the level of MyHeadDirectory, I want to get only
> Subdirectory1 and Subdirectory3. Is this doable?

* checkout MyHeadDirectory with depth "only file children"
* open repository browser on checked out working copy
* browse to Subdirectory1, right-click, "update item to revision",
select depth "fully recursive"
* repeat for Subdirectory2


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