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home directory in svn?

From: Viktor Rosenfeld <rosenfel_at_informatik.hu-berlin.de>
Date: 2004-03-25 23:57:37 CET

Hi,

I have a repository with several independant projects (my home
directory to be precise) and I want to be select the modules I want to
have checked out. Example:

localhost:/home/repos/viktor <- repository root
        bin/
        Stuff/
        Fotographie/
        .bashrc
        .mutt/
        .vimrc
        ...

In my home directory I want to see this:

~ $ ls -a
bin Stuff .bashrc

Ie, I want to leave some stuff in the repository and not checked out.

However, when I do this:

viktor_at_bart:/home $ svn co -N svn+ssh://localhost/home/repos/viktor
A viktor/.bashrc
A viktor/.colorrc
A viktor/.xmodmap-ibook
A viktor/.vimrc
A viktor/.xinitrc
A viktor/.fetchmailrc
A viktor/.procmailrc
A viktor/.bash_profile
 U viktor
Checked out revision 23.
viktor@bart:/home $ cd viktor/
viktor_at_bart:~ $ svn co -N svn+ssh://localhost/home/repos/viktor/Fotografie
svn: Working copy 'Fotografie' not locked
viktor@bart:~ $

Also, at the end of the day, I want to do a `svn up` in my home
directory, and have the changes of all checked out stuff saved to the
repository.

Is this at all possible? I know that there are some HOWTOs to do that
with cvs, but I couldn't find anything for svn.

Thanks,
Viktor

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Received on Thu Mar 25 23:58:25 2004

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