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Folder metadata entry problem

From: Eero Nevalainen <eero.nevalainen_at_indagon.com>
Date: 2007-04-05 16:21:37 CEST

Hi!

I have the following scenario: suppose I have a repository with the
structure

A
  -B
  -lot of others

I'd like to checkout only B and leave the others there. Later on I'd
like to add C to A so that the repository would be

A
  -B
  -C
  -lot of others

and that I would have a working copy of A with B and C

<wc>
A
  -B
  -C

I've tried to do this by
"svn co A/B A/B"
"svn -N co A"

I can add C just fine, but svn status will claim that B is not under
version control.
"svn add B" will however give a warning that
"B is already under version control"

I'd like to get svn status to realize that B actually is under version
control. If I understood correctly svn would require that B is marked as
an entry under A/.svn/entries

Is there some good way of accomplishing this? The markers in the entries
file look like I shouldn't be messing with them directly.

I'm using version 1.4.2 of Subversion

-Eero

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