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

From: Phillip Rhodes <mindcrime_at_cpphacker.co.uk>
Date: Sun, 23 Mar 2008 21:55:02 -0400

Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Mar 22, 2008, at 21:45, Phillip Rhodes wrote:

> Of course it depends on why you're wanting to delete the unneeded
> modules locally. If it's a reason other than disk space, this solution
> may not be useful to you.

It's really just about eliminating confusion and keeping cruft out
of the way. If a certain module is new / experimental or something and
unneeded by most developers, I'd just prefer they not have to see it
in their tree at all. It's not exactly a big deal though, just
something I was hoping to be able to do.

Sounds like the sparse checkout stuff in 1.5 is exactly what I need, so
I'm just not going to worry much about it for now. I'm going with the
approach of not checking out trunk but checking out the individual
modules, and just supplying a handy script to update all modules.

Once 1.5 is out and in wide circulation, I may revisit this. :-)


Phillip Rhodes
Chief Architect - OpenQabal
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/philliprhodes

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