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Updates and tags

From: Glenn Welker <glennw_at_mrhtech.com>
Date: 2006-02-21 14:22:07 CET

I am trying to determine the best way to update my local files without
pulling down every tagged project.
 
In daily use it is common to use projects from both major project groups
as well as move between the trunk and branches. Ideally I would like to
come into work and update all of my local files from the root without
getting the tagged directories. Is there a way to ignore a directory
while at the same time making this same directory visible for copy or
other methods that would be necessary for tagging? It is currently
inconvenient to move to each trunk or branch and update locally.
TortoiseSVN or client also shows everything as needing updated or having
changes if we don't have the tags locally.
 
Here is the general outline of our projects.
 
Project group 1
    trunk
        project 1
    tags
        project 1.1
        project 1.2
        project 1.3
        ...
    branches
        project 1
 
Project group 2
    trunk
        project 1
    tags
        project 1.1
        project 1.2
        project 1.3
        ...
    branches
        project 1
 
Sincerely,
Glenn Welker
 
Developer
MRH Technology Group
www.mrhtech.com <http://www.mrhtech.com/>
 
Received on Tue Feb 21 17:56:38 2006

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