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RE: accessing a single file from svnserve

From: bruce <bedouglas_at_earthlink.net>
Date: 2004-08-25 00:04:32 CEST

really...

it's that easy..!! ok, no prob.. as long as there isn't some hanging attrib
on the file in the repository!!!

now, how can i get a single directory/file from the repository via either
the command line, or from the tortise client? do i need to have prior
knowledge of what the file/directory is called? i'm looking for a way to
kind of be able to review the underlying dir/tree structure and then to be
able to select the dir/file from the tree that i need to work on...

thanks...

-bruce

-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Flynn [mailto:parseerror@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 24, 2004 2:55 PM
To: bedouglas@earthlink.net
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: accessing a single file from svnserve

> example, if i checkout a wrong directory, how can i undo the checkout, or
> does it matter..???
>
> i can't simply check the directory back in, as i haven't made any changes
to
> the files... is there an 'undo/forget' command..??
>
> thanks
>
> -bruce

Bruce,

just delete the local copy. the checkout action, in a nutshell, is
just a copy. you can do anything to your wc and it will not affect the
repository unless you commit your changes.

pizza

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