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Re: Nested dirs

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-03-24 15:18:17 CET

On Mar 24, 2006, at 14:52, Tandecki, Lutz wrote:

> 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.

So you did "svn checkout -N url://to/repository. Fine.

> After that I check out my subdirs into that checked out root.

Wrong. "svn checkout" creates separate working copies, which is not
what you want. You want to "svn update foo bar" where "foo" and "bar"
are the directories whose content you now want to populate.

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

Don't know anything about TortoiseSVN; you'll have to ask on their
mailing list.

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