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Re: Is it possible to do a "partial" or a filtered checkout

From: Tor Ringstad <tor.ringstad_at_tandberg.net>
Date: 2005-07-12 11:21:05 CEST

> Can you please describe a real step-by-step test case that fails?

Here's one way to make things go bad:

# Check out a directory non-recursively to two working copies:

% svn co -N http://svn/repo wc1
% svn co -N http://svn/repo wc2

# Recursively fill in some subdir in wc1:

% svn update http://svn/repo/subdir wc1/subdir

# Commit a change to a file in the newly pulled directory in wc1:

% emacs wc1/subdir/foo.txt
% svn commit -m "" wc1

# Then the fun begine when you try to update wc2:

% svn update wc2
svn: Working copy 'wc2/subdir' is missing or not locked

# Hmmm..that's weird, let's just try again...

% svn update wc2
A wc2/subdir/
A wc2/subdir/foo1.txt
A wc2/subdir/foo2.txt
A wc2/subdir/foo3.txt

# Ooops, wc2 gets a _complete_ update.

- Tor Ringstad -

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