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Re: Checking out only a subdirectory of a project?

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-09 16:34:34 CET

On 3/9/07, Tom Malia <tommalia@ttdsinc.com> wrote:
> Thanks,
> I'm not sure which if the possible problems I'm having but hopefully this my
> mean something to you more experienced folks:
> My repository is actual in c:\scc\vendors
> In that directory is where I issued the command:
> svnadmin create Solomon
> Then I checked that project out to a working directory and added the
> subdirectories for the different versions that I will need to support.
> Now:
> If I try
> svn co svn://localhost/scc/Vendors/Solomon/V55/Solomon Solomon
> I get a message:
> "svn: URL 'svn://localhost/scc/vendors/Solomon' doesn't exist"
> However, if I try:
> svn co svn://localhost/scc/Vendors/Solomon Solomon
> I don't get any errors, but it checks out all my different version
> subdirectories (as I would expect)
> So, What Might I be ding wrong?

Note in your "doesn't work" example, it says "URL
'svn://localhost/scc/vendors/Solomon' doesn't exist". Your svn co
command that you've given us uses a lower-case V for "vendors"

Is one of those a typo? Remember, SVN is case-sensitive.

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