Re: Export skipping subdirectory
On 01.12.2009 16:29, David Shuman wrote:
> My current version is 1.6.6 of both Subversion and TortoiseSVN. When I
> export an extracted version of a repository on my local machine with
> TortoiseSVN one of the subdirectories is missing (see attached gif -
> note red box (directory not copied) and red line (location where it
> would have been expected to appear)). The levels of the folder shown
> are several levels down in the checkout directory structure. I did this
> extract to perform a global change (across files) on the code (avoiding
> updates to the .svn directory contents that were not exported). and
> copied the files back over the original checkout directory to complete
> the change. Is there a user error that is causing this one directory
> not to be copied on the export or is it possible that I may have found a
> bug? If this is a potential bug where should it be reported TortoiseSVN
> or Subversion? As Subversion is running on another machine, I suspect
> if this is a bug it may be a TortoiseSVN bug; so I started here. I
> searched the user forum for references to Export and found no subjects
> that seemed to reference missing directory(s) in an export.
Is that directory maybe a nested folder? Or an external and you forgot
to check the "include externals" checkbox in the export dialog?
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Received on 2009-12-01 19:07:06 CET
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