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Re: How can I ignore some directories while I update my projects?

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 21:59:07 +0200


2009/5/18 Leandro Zuliani <zulianileandro_at_gmail.com>:
> I´ve so many tags/ and branches/ directories created and I don´t want
> to download all this directories from my project, I only would like to
> download the trunk/ content without download one by one. Is it
> possible? My structure is very big in a tree format, each paste has
> other pastes and more pastes. I have at least 300 trunks (with
> branches e tags). Download all files (principally tags) it will
> spending many time and my disk space.
> Is there a way to ignore that pastes?

Depends on your repository layout. The advised approach is to have
three folders at the root level:


You either checkout trunk or one of the folders inside branches (or
tags if you only want to see/work with the data and not make any

but if you have

   +- branches
   +- tags
   +- some folder
   +- some other folder

then you want to checkout trunk with the option 'immediate children
only' and then do updates on all folders except the branches and tags

I am not sure how this translates to your repository with 'at least
300 trunks'; you would have to provide a bit more detail on the
repository structure before you can get better advice.

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