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RE: Re: Strategies for projects/branches layout

From: Jesse Erlbaum <jesse_at_erlbaum.net>
Date: 2005-11-08 00:29:10 CET

Hi Josh --

> Yes that works, I was interpreting CLIENT_A as the repos name,
> my mistake. However this does leave you checking out the
> branches and tags which will be a lot of code to check out.

CLIENT_A *is* the repository name. Is that a problem?

  $ svn checkout /path/to/CLIENT_A CLIENT_A

> If you could do a non-recursive checkout, you could check out just
> the projects you were working on, without the branches or tags dir.
> But doing this now leads to broken behavior, so you have to check out
> everything.

Wouldn't this work?:

  $ svn checkout /path/to/CLIENT_A/PROJ_3 PROJ_3

In my way of thinking, this is a recursive checkout -- just of a
directory of the repository. What is broken about this?



Jesse Erlbaum
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