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Is it possible to selectively ignore repo files/folders?

From: Zachary Turner <divisortheory_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 5 Aug 2009 09:34:53 -0500

I work on a project where the SVN layout is structured as follows:

  -- Artists
  -- -- branches
  -- -- tags
  -- -- trunks

  -- Dev
  -- -- branches
  -- -- tags
  -- -- trunk

  -- Tools
  -- Miscellaneous
  -- 3rd_party

I'd like to be able to checkout Root, but at the same time I'm
completely not interested in ever checking out the Artists folder
(which is huge), nor am I interested in ever checking out anything
other than Dev\trunk. But I do want everything else, and I also want
to be able to update my working copy by simply clicking on Root and
clicking SVN Update. But of course I don't want to update to go and
get the Artists folder or Dev\branches or Dev\tags.

is there a way to achieve this? putting branches / tags / trunks at
the top level isn't an option because there are certain things in the
repo that should not be branched when creating a new branch (in this
case, tools, miscellaneous, and 3rd_party).


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