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How not to recurse into specific directories?

From: Michael Ehlers <Progirep_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-09-29 21:10:16 CEST

Hi out there!

Is there any possibility to set something like a "no recurse beyond this
level"-flag in a directory. For example, suppose i'd like to store a lot
of projects into one repository:

 +----- webapps
 | +- glover
 | +- chumani
 +----- guiapps
         +- challenge
         +- mydiff

What i want is that on an update to root, all new projects appear in my
working directory but not the contents of the folders like "glover".
They only appear if i explicitely update "glover", for example.

I was thinking of using branching for this but i had no idea how exactly
to do so. Or what about properties?

However, it would be nice if i could just place a file like
"no_recurse_beyond_this_level" in "webapps" and "guiapps".

Of course, i could use a repository for each of the projects but this is
not what i want.

Any idea?

Thank you!

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