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Re: Is there any way to ignore locally deleted files on svn update?

From: John M. Black <johnmblack_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2008 23:00:35 -0400

On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 10:45 PM, Phillip Rhodes <mindcrime_at_cpphacker.co.uk>

> Basically, I have an svn repo, with a trunk dir that contains
> a number of modules, which are all interrelated as part of
> a larger project. [...]
> I'd like the checkout script to delete these semi-superfluous modules
> from the working copyies. But doing so, they are just restored
> if the user does an "svn up" in the trunk dir of the working copy.

We have a situation exactly like this. We simply instruct people not to
just check out "trunk", but instead check out the specific projects they
need "trunk/project".

Those of us who use command line use batch files to update each repo found
within the trunk WC folder. Those of use who use Tortoise just select all
the folders inside the trunk WC folder and update. This proved to be much
simpler and less prone to human error than trying to delete or hide

Received on 2008-03-23 04:01:16 CET

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