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Re: Checking out to a SVN directory

From: Edward Diener <ediener_at_loyaltyworks.com>
Date: 2004-09-08 19:00:51 CEST

When I tried to checkout from a different repository path to a directory
which already is under svn control, I get the error message telling me that
the directory already has a working copy.

"Lee Merrill" <LeeMerrill@bustech.com> wrote in message
news:413F251E.20802@bustech.com...
> Hi Edward,
>
> I tried doing a checkout within a checked-out tree, and it worked!
> "svn status" shows the new directory as "?" (unversioned), but when I
> change into this directory, it looks and acts like a normal, checked-out
> (sub)tree. So it might work, without removing the .svn file (that sounds
> like removing a wheel!). Though as was mentioned, you would probably
> want to have some scripts to check this other directory on commits,
> updates, etc.
>
> Lee
>
> >Depending on the user, I
> >want a particular local subdirectory to point to a particular repository
> >path.

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