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Single File Checkout

From: Shatzer, Larry <Larry.Shatzer_at_Spirent.com>
Date: 2004-04-01 02:34:54 CEST

I know there is 'svn cat' and that is fine for some uses. What if you wanted
to just checkout a single file, modify it, and check it back in? You can't
do that unless you check out the whole directory. This is not practical in
the situation where you have thousands of files in the same directory.

Does anyone have a way to accomplish what I need? Check out a single file
modify it, and check it back in, without checking out the whole directory?
Maybe something with the bindings? Or a way to check out an empty directory,
and then svn cat the file(s) I want into it, then commit them.

-- Larry

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