Thank you very much Ryan,
I tried in that way but I still got problems due to Issue 695 (non-recursive checkout bug).
In fact if another developer modifies 'project3Dir' (the directory that i didn't checked out) and commits
changes, the next time I update the root of my working copy I will get the following error:
Error: Directory 'C:\develop\trunk\project3Dir' is missing
Error: Please execute the "Cleanup" command.
After executing cleanup if I try to update the whole repository (under trunk) will be checked out
in my working copy.
Did I miss anything?
Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com> ha scritto: On Jan 28, 2008, at 10:14, Matteo Tontini wrote:
> I'm writing to ask suggestions about how to manage our particular
> project structure.
> We're developing with C# and Visual Studio 2005 professional.
> We have a big solution made up of several groups of projects.
> Different developers work on different sets of projects, organized
> in solutions that realize partitions
> of the global solution.
> In practice we're using the 'Partitioned single solution' model as
> illustrated in the following article:
> The problem is that our versioning system is Subversion.
> With Subversion we've not been able to checkout partially the
> content of the root folder of the
> If I want to work with a partial solution and I want to checkout
> only the solution file I need, and the related projects' dirs I'm
> forced to checkout each separate project directory by itself.
> Let's see an example:
> If I want to work with partitionedSolution1.sln, that is made up of
> project1 and project2 I have two kind of problems:
> - I have to checkout separately project1Dir and project2Dir in 2
> subdirectories of my working copy.
> But in this way I cannot commit or update globally the content of
> my working copy, I'm supposed to commit and
> update all the projects separately, instead.
This should work:
svn checkout -N url://to/reposName/trunk
(This will checkout all the files but none of the directories.)
svn up project1Dir project2Dir
(This will bring in just those directories that you specify.)
(It's a single working copy and you can do commits across all of it
all at once, just like you want.)
In Subversion 1.5, I believe there will be a different way to handle
this (sparse directories feature).
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Received on 2008-01-30 02:14:02 CET