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Re: Someone added new files to repository, how do I see them?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 08 Jun 2009 18:01:18 +0200

Eric wrote:
> Good morning, all.
> Using TortoiseSVN version 1.6.1 on someone else's Subversion
> repository. Don't know what version of Subversion... only access to
> the repository I have is via TortoiseSVN.
> Somebody else added a bunch of files to the repository. Shouldn't I
> be able to do an "Update" on the overall repository (right-click on
> my sandbox base directory and say "SVN Update") and get all those new
> files? If that's not how it works, what is the accepted and
> supported way to get all new files, that I don't necessarily know are
> there? In other words, I need to be able to go in there every
> morning and update my sandbox with all new files added whether I know
> about them ahead of time or not.

There's a bug in svn 1.6.1. Try updating to TSVN 1.6.2 and then use the
"update to revision" command in the TSVN submenu, and then in the update
dialog change the depth combo box to "fully recursive" to get your files.
After that, you should be fine with normal updates.


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