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Re: Restricting Directories Imported to SVN

From: S.Ramaswamy <srsy70_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-21 07:33:58 CEST

On 7/21/05, Hal Vaughan <hal@thresholddigital.com> wrote:
> I have a project I'm working on that consists of Perl executables and Perl
> modules. (There's also another subdir that contains a secondary project, but
> that's a different issue -- just mention it in case it makes a difference.)
> The perl executable scripts are in project/bin and the mods are in
> project/perllib. In terms of dealing with backups and access to the project
> from other coders, it would be a lot simpler if the SVN repository could be
> in something like project/versions (in other words, in a subdirectory of the
> project).
> Is there some way I can create a repository in /project/versions (that part
> I've done) and import to it ONLY specified directories, like project/bin and
> project/perllib? (Later we might want it to include config directories, but
> the key point is to import ONLY the directories wanted, not all directories.)

The svn:ignore property could be set on file patterns that you don't
want to import.

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