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

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 16:26:44 -0400

> - dir-of-my-section
> - mydir1
> + trunk
> + branches
> + tags (+/- 50 tags inside)
> - mydir2
> + trunk
> + branches
> + tags (+/- 50 tags inside)
> - mydir3
> + trunk
> + branches
> + tags (+/- 50 tags inside)
>
> And so on... 1,2,3...mydir300
>
> I´m trying to give a "SVN update" in "dir-of-my-section", this is a
> biggest corp organization.

Why not just check out what you need. Or, just update the path you need updated? You can right click on mydir2/trunk and choose update. You don't have to update from the root folder all the time.

That said, you should probably just check out the trunk folders rather than the whole dang repository.

BOb

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