Strange behaviour on partial checkouts
From: Georg Viehöver <viehoever_at_sigma-c.com>
Date: 2005-03-22 10:54:13 CET
I have a source tree in my repository that is shared among multiple
Now I want to work with project1 , and want only those sources that are
svn checkout svn://name/my_repository/sources -N
svn checkout svn://name/my_repository/sources/common
svn checkout svn://name/my_repository/sources/project1
"svn status" now tells me
so my idea has not really worked.
(I know about svn:externals and svn switch, but these solutions also have
But what really bothers me is this is this behaviour :
Somebody changes something in project2.
"svn update" now tells me
svn: Working copy 'project2' not locked
When I type
"svn update" again, subversion tries to fetch all the subfolders of the
Is this a bug in the "-N" option of "svn checkout", or is this intended
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