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Re: Re: Checking out single file

From: Dale McCoy <dalestan_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2011 16:24:22 -0500

In three separate messages (!), Cyril <acspiro_at_verizon.net> wrote:
> Thank you for the suggestion. However, when a programmer adds a new
> file to the repository the only way to see it that I know of is
> through the log and when right-clicking on the file there is no
> 'update' option.

Always quote the message(s) to which you are replying. (And always
post below the text to which you are replying, never above it.)

> Hi Simon, Thank you for your help. I'm not sure what "TSVN" stands
> for.

TSVN means exactly what Google and Wikipedia both say it means. Please
ask them what things mean before wasting our time.
There is also an excellent chance that you would also know the answer
to this if you had read the fine manual, as Simon asked you to do.

> Please let me know if I can find the 'update' option a different way.

The update option exists on every version-controlled item that exists
in a working copy. Including the root directory of that working copy.
Why, exactly, are you trying to update a single file? What result of
updating the root folder of the working copy is either missing and/or
Again, the manual is your friend.

Dale McCoy


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