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Re: Is it possbile to check out a single folder?

From: <caoqiuliang_at_crisen.com>
Date: 2004-05-21 03:36:39 CEST

> As others have already pointed out, the -N flag doesn't work like that (at
> not consistently). You should also not rely on the -N to be part of your
> security model. Subversion is not Source[un]Safe; you need to examine
what you
> really need, rather than trying to recreate your existing SS model exactly
in SVN.

Thank you for your suggestion.
Now I have two questions that I am very eager to know the answer. If the
answer is NO, then I'll give up.
(1) Is it possible to use Subversion in a way that I don't need to check out
the entire repository at the first time? (In my case, I need to keep the
local folder structure the same as that on the server side.)
(2) Is setting the Apache the only way to implement the security model? If
so, it there any possible problem if I set the permission level to each
folder (there may be too many folders in the repository) separately for each
user and in the meanwhile, the permission-level setting need to be changed

Thank you very much.


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