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Re: Preventing a folder from being checked out?

From: Olivier Sannier <obones_at_free.fr>
Date: 2005-07-01 14:40:24 CEST

Frank Gruman wrote:

> The tags are nothing more than directories. They have no 'real'
> functionality beyond appearing to be a directory within a larger tree,
> although because copies are 'cheap' in Subversion, these directories
> are only pointers to the code as some point in time. From what I
> gathered, Lorenz idea was about as close as anything else to giving
> you what you want. It's not a requirement to use branches, so this
> should work...

Yeah I know that, but I want to mimick what CVS does, adapting it to SVN.

> So - that said, what exactly about this doesn't work? What is your
> specific reasoning for wanting to do this? This may help others
> reading this to chime in and help out.

All I want is to not have (or see) the "trunk" directory at the root of
everything. So I would have a "tags" directory at the root, alongside
libs and project1. But I don't want this "tags" directory to come along
when I do a checkout on / because it's only when I want a specific tag
that I do a checkout on a given tag.
So if do this:

svn checkout http://server/svn/

I don't want to see the tags folder in my repository. But if I do this:

svn checkout http://server/svn/tags/release10/

I want to get whats in release10 in my new working copy.

Is this at all possible ?

Thanks for the help

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Received on Fri Jul 1 14:41:27 2005

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