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Re: checkout without checking out

From: Benjamin Smith-Mannschott <bsmith.occs_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 19:13:03 +0200

On Apr 10, 2008, at 17:26, Tomas Larsson wrote:
> Dear Group
> I have my repo on a server, using TSVN on Win workstations.
> I want to run doxygen on the code in batchmode.
> Obviously doxygen need to have the code “checked out”, in order
> process it.
> Is there any way of copying the stuff to the local filesystem on the
> server
> without checking the code out,
> Since I assume that checking it out can cause problems in revision
> numbers
> etc, or am I totally out in the blue?


"Check out" is perhaps a misleading name.

What check out it does is get you a local copy of what's currently in
the repository on the server along with some book keeping information
allowing you to send any changes you make on your local copy back to
the repository when you're ready. (That's called "commit" or sometimes
"check in".)

Pulling down a local copy from the server doesn't change what's stored
on the server in any way. Only when you commit changes to the server
is a new revision created.

Consider some quality time with the SVN book.

// ben
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