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Re: include top folder in svn project

From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam <j.m.van.leerdam_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 6 Mar 2010 08:09:47 +0100


On 6 March 2010 02:13, JefroTull <jrshears_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm using SVN for 2 projects, but new to it.  One is fine, the other not, but when I compare path set up for each, I'm not seeing where my problem lies.
> For one project, the top project folder is somehow not included.  I never noticed it because I updated/committed in sub-folders that work fine.  But now others in the project have added folders below the top-level and I can't see them or update the top folder to load them into the project.  When I rt-click on the RepoBrowser, looks like so...
> svn://##.###.###.##/project/branches/Top_project_folder
> ... so, question is how to I get the top folder to be where I can update everything from after it's been set up wrong?  (Hoping this one is any easy fix for an experienced user.)

You have possibly done the initial checkout not at the
Top_project_folder level, but one folder deeper. Check your working
copy folders to see if the Top_project_folder has an svn tab when you
open the properties window (Ctrl-Enter on the folder, or

If it has no SVN tab, you need to do a fresh checkout of the Top_project_folder.

If it has an SVN tab, you probably have what we call a 'sparse'
checkout. That can be fixed by doing an 'Update to revision...' on the
Top_project_folder in your working copy and setting the update depth
to 'fully recursive'.




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