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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 19:35:17 +0200

M_Z wrote:
> Re: This recipe:
> * 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 Subdirectory3
> Stefan
> The bug is: In the Repo Browser the same logic for staging Checkouts
> on multiple selected subdirectories isn't used when all the subdirs
> selected are also Update To Revision candidates. Also, the menu item
> for Update To is active when you select multiples in the Explorer file
> pane, including a mix of dirs and files, so this is inconsistent
> behavior between the two. If the logic for the staging is in there, it
> could be simply the checks needed to undisable the menu item for this
> case aren't there.

What you don't seem to understand: checking out different folders
doesn't result in a sparse checkout. Please read the subversion book first.


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