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Re: Not downloading all files

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2009 07:29:00 +0200

On 14.08.2009 07:17, Jean-Marc van Leerdam wrote:
> Hi Todd,
> 2009/8/14 Todd Somervell<todd_at_spider.net.nz>:
>> Tortoise SVN works great most of the time but occassionally it does something which really annoys.
>> Every so often it fails to download all of the files from the repository during an Update.
>> For example; I add a whole lot of new files to a web project in Visual Studio 2k8 at work. I then go home, open the project and click Update. Any files that have changed are updated but any new files are not downloaded.
>> All of the files are clearly visible in the repository.
>> I have tried all of the commands I can find to get a full copy of the repository downloaded to my working copy but nothing works. Is there a 'get everything from SVN' button?
> This can indicate that your working copy depth is no longer set to
> 'infinite'. Ever since SVN supports 'sparse checkouts' (1.6 if I am
> not mistaken) it is possible to do a partial checkout, which is
> respected by updates.
> However, until TSVN 1.6.3 there were some cases where the depth could
> unintentionally change, losing its 'infinite' value. To restore the
> working copy depth to 'infinite', do an 'Update to Revision', choose
> HEAD and select the 'fully recursive' option.
> The latest version of TSVN should work OK in this respect (i.e. it
> will not re-introduce the issue, but it will not automatically reset
> existing sparse configurations).

There's also a FAQ about this:


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