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Re: Checking out part of a project but creating parent folder path

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2005-03-11 01:05:49 CET

One work-around would be to select checkout for each parent folder and
check the "Only check out the top folder" (non-recursive) option in the
TSVN check-out dialog.


Bradley Molander wrote:
> Is there a good way to checkout a portion of a project and maintain
> directory structure?
> Our projects are very large (<2G) and some users only need to modify a
> particular piece. I know that you can checkout any directory, but that
> does not create the working folders that may be above that.
> svn co svn://server/project/trunk/one/two/three
> This creates a "three" directory with all its contents. What we need it
> to do is create the structure "project/trunk/one/two/three" and just
> checkout the "three" directory but have the parent directories. Our old
> repository had an option called "create working folders". The tool that
> we are using is TortoiseSVN so specifying a target like
> svn co svn://server/project/trunk/one/two/three project/trunk/one/two/three
> Any shortcut? Or any other graphical svn client that can accomplish
> this? Command line is not an option with our "users" ;)
> Thanks,
> Brad

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