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Re: Single File Checkout?

From: Martin Struwe <mastr_at_von-oertzen.org>
Date: 2005-01-26 10:26:06 CET

Hi Jonathan,

1)
Maybe you can checkout all files and remove all unwanted
Files to save Diskspace.
Than you can use "svn update *" to get only the remaining
files.
With "svn update new_file" you can add new files to your
working copy.

2)
If you use apache, you can use authz_svn_mod to give
every Programmer different rights on the same directory.
http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch06s04.html#svn-ch-6-sect-4.4.2

But I'm afraid, you have to specify for every File the
access of all users:

[calc:/trunk/all_projects/project_one]
harry = rw
sally =
[calc:/trunk/all_projects/project_two]
harry =
sally = rw

Regards, Martin

Jonathan Wilson schrieb, Am 26.01.2005 08:53:
> I'm trying to get my SVN to checkout a single program from a directory
> which contains hundreds of files. I know this isn't the most ideal
> setup, but for the moment it will have to do, as we'll reorganise as we
> move forward.
>
> I had problems with SVN saying it will only do a directory, i.e.
>
>>$ svn checkout file:///db/svn_test/ldev/testsystem/progs/cim.i
>>svn: URL 'file:///db/svn_test/ldev/testsystem/progs/cim.i'
>>refers to a file, not a directory
>
> Is SVN limited so that it can only work at a directory level??? Any
> help on this or known work a rounds would be great.
>
> - Jonathan

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