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Re: Question checkout

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-07-10 16:04:29 CEST

On Jul 10, 2006, at 14:31, Marc Schipperheyn wrote:

>>> When I checkout a project using Subclipse or Tortoise I always
>>> select
>>> HEAD
>>> and the main line of development. However, I then also get all
>>> tagged
>>> versions downloaded to my client. This is something I don't want. I
>>> just
>>> want to be able to get the main line of development. How do I do
>>> this?
>>> Perhaps I'm thinking too cvs? Do I need to always work based on a
>>> tag
>>> release?
>> The main development line should be in "projectname/trunk", unless
>> the
>> project authors are doing something odd.
> Yeah, I don't see that directory in Tortoise. Do I need to make that
> manually or is this a "system directory".
> What could I be doing wrong?

There are no system directories. Subversion is just a filesystem that
stores whatever you put in it. If you want to use the recommended
trunk/branches/tags structure, you'll need to create and use those

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