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Re: ignore during svn update

From: Mikolaj Machowski <mikmach_at_wp.pl>
Date: 2005-12-22 01:14:39 CET

Dnia środa, 21 grudnia 2005 21:57, Ryan Schmidt napisał:
> On Dec 21, 2005, at 19:06, Mikolaj Machowski wrote:
> > How to ignore certain directories/files during ``svn update``?
> >
> > All ignore commands in docs are for status, add, import.
> svn update <item>
> where <item> is a file or directory you don't want to ignore. Repeat
> for all such items.
> If that's too inconvenient, perhaps you could give us an example of
> what you want to accomplish with this. Maybe that will help us
> formulate a better answer.

Yes. This is inconvenient because I don't want to update only one
directory: "po". Complete set of translation files in repository are
recreated at least once daily and I don't want to update 45M of .po
files in which I am completely uninterested (almost 25% of repository).


# vim:set ft=sh:

for i in `ls`; do
        if [ $i != 'po' -a $i != 'loop' ]; then
                echo $i
                svn up $i

Is this the only solution?


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Received on Sun Dec 25 03:52:36 2005

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