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Re: Setting up local ignore list

From: Martin Scharrer <mailinglists_at_madmarty.de>
Date: 2006-12-19 23:41:46 CET


On Tuesday 19 December 2006 14:04, Kevin Nowaczyk wrote:
> I've read the FAQ and read through sections of the SVN
> book that I thought could answer this, but didn't find
> an answer. I have full access to an SVN repository.
> There are several directories within this repository
> that I want my working copy to ignore. I never want
> them copied to my working copy.
One not-perfect solutions would be:

Check out the parent dir using the -N option:
svn co -N <url> <dir>
cd <dir>
svn co <all wanted subdirs>

This will checkout the parent dir nonrecursivly so you can check-out all
wanted subdirs manually, but there won't be connected to the parent dir, i.e.
svn status will show them as unknown (?) and you would have to update and
commit seperatly.


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