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Re: How to trim working copy tree?

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2006-03-25 01:38:27 CET

On 3/24/06, Tim Hill <tim@realmsys.com> wrote:

> In other words, I want to get back to the state after the first command
> above, with just the foo folder and no bar. But I don't see any way of
> erasing foo's memory of bar from the WC, aside from dumping the whole WC
> and starting from scratch.

There is no such command at the moment. Subversion's handling of
nonrecursive checkouts is currently rather poor. When it's fixed such
a command could be added, but I don't know if anyone's planning on
doing that any time soon.

> Any comments? I keep hitting against this when fetching tags, and then
> can't get rid of the older tags I didn't want.

I'd suggest simply checking out tags separately from any other working
copy, one at a time, rather than doing a nonrecursive checkout of the
top level and pulling in tags when you need them.


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