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Re: disjoint working copies and single commit

From: Dimitri Papadopoulos-Orfanos <dimitri.papadopoulos-orfanos_at_cea.fr>
Date: 2006-05-29 15:12:03 CEST


> This is an answer:
> http://svn.haxx.se/users/archive-2005-12/0657.shtml

Thanks for the link, this looks interesting. One possible problem
though: What happens when a user doesn't have access rights to some of
the projects? Won't svn bail out when the user tries to check out the
whole repository? I'll experiment with that.

> 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

This is the bug I guess:

> you, or it may be too broken to use; you could try it out.

Ah, I see "-N" stands for non-recursive. But how would I use "-N" in
this context?

Finally, I'd like to open a feature request on the bug tracker. I feel
this is a useful feature, meanwhile I've found other threads on the same
subject, for example:

Is there already an issue opened?

Dimitri Papadopoulos

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