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Re: subversion

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-08-31 13:45:52 CEST

On 31.08.2005, at 13:19, Goddard Lee wrote:
>> 1) Can we check out a single file from a repository? ( if
>> ina project there might be haing lots of directories. One
>> directory might be containing 1000ís of file, and if we only needs
>> to change one file then in this case of SVN we have to check out
>> this 1000 file . its too time consuming I think. )
> Sure you can. There are plenty of SVN repositories all over the
> internet, where you can try.

Well, no, the smallest entity you can check out is a directory. So
yes, if you just want to modify file A, checking out files A thru ZZZ
is a bit time-consuming. But you generally only do a checkout once.
 From then on, you can just update your existing working copy, and it
takes much less time. And when tomorrow you need to edit not file A
but files B, C and QX, they'll already be there for you.

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