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Nested dirs

From: Tandecki, Lutz <lutz.tandecki_at_siemens.com>
Date: 2006-03-24 14:52:28 CET

Hello,

I want to check out only part of my repository tree, because I don't
need
the whole tree for my development.

So I check out my root node with the option "Only check out the top
folder",
because I need the files, that reside directly in the root.
After that I check out my subdirs into that checked out root.

When I do so, the checked out subdirs are shown as "nested" if I do
"check for
modifications" in the root. Therefore I can not commit my root node. I
must do
this for every single subdir.

Also, the root dir icon in TortoiseSVN does not turn red, if I do
changes in
my subdirs.

Looking in root\.svn\entries, I do not find the checked out subdirs.
Why not? How can I tell the root that it has the subdirs as entries?
Couldn't this be done by svn while checking out a subdir into its
rootdir?

Hope you can understand my problem.

Greetings, Lutz.

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