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Re: Files changed on svn update

From: Neil Gunton <neil_at_nilspace.com>
Date: 2004-08-31 16:53:28 CEST

Jon Riddle wrote:
> > The problem is that when I do a 'svn update' on the root of this tree,
> > *all* the .svn/entries files and .svn/tmp/ subdirs get "touched", so
> > that when I do my rsync backups, there is a lot of copying of stuff that
> > really didn't change.
> This may be completely removed from what you're looking for, but can you
> just rsync-exclude your .svn directories?
> Jon

That's an idea, it would certainly be a workaround. I guess I was just
raising this as a possibly small thing for the svn developers that could
be fixed if it turned out that it was trivial or a small programming
oversight. It would be nice if the tool simply changed what was
necessary, and nothing more. But thanks for the suggestion, I'll try it.


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