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Ignoring exisiting directories with svn client(not svn:ignore)

From: Pavel Shevaev <pacha.shevaev_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-12 09:46:49 CET

Hi folks, is it possible to configure svn client so that it would
ignore some directories in repository? I'd like to run svn co/up/ci
which will simply skip these directories while they *are* actually in
the repository.

I'm asking about this because i'm working on a large project which has
many sub-projects each with its own trunk/tags/branches directories
and i would like to checkout only "trunks" skipping "tags" and
"branches" stuff.

Yes, i know, it's possible to check out every sub-project trunk to its
own working copy but this is what i would like to avoid. The reason
for this is simple: sometimes similar mass changes are made over many
sub-projects(e.g. replace in files) and it's desirable to have all of
these changes in one revision.

Best regards, Pavel

Pavel Shevaev, pacha.shevaev@gmail.com
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