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Re: disjoint working copies and single commit

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006q2_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-05-22 18:59:27 CEST

On May 22, 2006, at 18:16, Dimitri Papadopoulos-Orfanos wrote:

> [snip] Now the problem is that users don't have enough room on
> their account to check out *all* projects. They still need to
> checkout *many* projects, and they also need to commit atomic
> changes to these different projects. The projects are indeed
> loosely related, but they're still related; for example an API
> change in project001 might imply changes in project002, project005
> and project456, and these changes are directly related to the
> change in project001, so we would like a single commit for all
> these changes.
> How would you handle this situation? Is there any solution I'm
> missing? Would you reorganize the project layout in the repository?
> How?

This is an answer:


It does require you to have enough disk space for the initial
checkout though. The disk space is then reclaimed in a second step.

If that won't fly, you can always check out with the -N switch, but
it is broken; there is a bug open on that. It may work well enough
for you, or it may be too broken to use; you could try it out.

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