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recursive 'sparse'-like checkout - folder only

From: David Timms <dtimms_at_iinet.net.au>
Date: Sun, 13 Mar 2011 17:24:11 -0700 (PDT)

I would like to be able to check out only the folders present in our whole svn repository. Preferably, this could occur from the TortoiseSVN shell extension, but a command line Tortoise or svn command or script would be of great assistance as well.

- have 30GB of data, and I only have 2GB space
- able to find (by folder name) various items, without having to check out the whole tree.
- a light view of the whole tree, and be able to change any part of it to update (/checkout) all items in this (option recursive depth) folder.
- option to check out only certain files extensions
- option to check out only certain files sizes (upper limit eg 50kB).

I played a little with the TSVN shell command line, and realized it's possibly less useful than the dialog itself (for eg scripted automation).
I also tried a bit of svn direct commands, and found a few python or other scripts that also didn't do what I want.

Any ideas / solutions for the above ?


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