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Re: AW: Cannot commit from parent after some children deleted

From: Thomas Harold <tgh_at_tgharold.com>
Date: 2006-11-27 20:38:35 CET

Felix Gilcher wrote:
> Hi,
> Chris Stankevitz <mailto:cstankevitz@toyon.com> schrieb am Montag,
> 27. November 2006 03:33:
>> Hi,
>> I have two questions about the following:
>> 1. svn co file:///foo/trunk trunk 2. cd trunk 3. rm -rf a/ b/ c/ 4.
>> Make changes to x/ y/ z/ 5. svn commit -m "Changes to x/ y/ z/"
>> Q1: Is the above possible?
> Not the way you did it.

Right. I think if you go one step down into x/, then SVN won't look at
anything above that point. For example, the following will probably work:

cd x
svn ci -m "changes to y/ z/"

This is the sort of thing where project/file cloaking, or being able to
perform partial checkouts comes in handy. But it's not something that
SVN 1.4 handles gracefully (yet?).

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