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Re: Check Out Only Tree Struture

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 27 May 2008 18:39:43 -0500

What is the problem with the solution I mentioned? In what way does
it not satisfy you completely? And have you looked into Subversion
1.5's sparse directory feature? Will that suit you better? If so, you
can already try the Subversion 1.5 release candidate 7.

On May 27, 2008, at 11:47, gaby eis wrote:

> Hi Ryan, really i haven't can found solution, i have been doing that
> you expose, but it no satisface me completly,
> 2008/5/26 Ryan Schmidt:
>> Eric, that will also download everything else in Test. But Gabriel
>> just
>> wants to get the class1.java and class2.java files in Test/svn/
>> java, while
>> still getting the directories Test and Test/svn.
>> Gabriel, you can use the non-recursive checkout option, something
>> like this
>> (if your repository's root URL is $REPO):
>> svn co -N $REPO/Test
>> svn up -N Test/svn
>> svn up Test/svn/java
>> This will get you the directory structure up to Test/svn/java,
>> "Test" will
>> be a proper working copy that subclipse and other svn clients know
>> how to
>> deal with, and all directories except "Test/svn/java" will be
>> empty (i.e.
>> will only have the hidden .svn directories in them). Well, that's not
>> entirely true. You will also get any files that are directly in
>> Test or
>> Test/svn. But you won't get any directories that are in those
>> directories.
>> You will get all files in Test/svn/java. There isn't a way to get
>> just a few
>> specific files out of the directory. But it looks like that's fine
>> for your
>> use case.
>> Starting in Subversion 1.5 there is a new sparse checkout feature.
>> You'll
>> have to look up the syntax and what it does elsewhere; I'm not
>> familiar with
>> it. But it may be another solution for this issue.
>> On May 26, 2008, at 17:54, Eric DE MAULDE wrote:
>>> I haven't understood you very well.
>>> Have you tried :
>>> $ svn co svn://mydomain/Test Test
>>> or
>>> $ svn export svn://mydomain/Test Test
>>> Eric
>>>> Hi, i need check out only a part of my project and generate the
>>>> root
>>>> path of my project becose java don't read the packages good.
>>>> My project is too long and it's very complicated check out all
>>>> project
>>>> and work with all them.
>>>> I need to know, if exist the posibility to check out a specified
>>>> part
>>>> of my project and download only the structure of your path to
>>>> work so
>>>> well with subclipse
>>>> becose if i create this structure manually subclipse don't read
>>>> the svn
>>>> config.
>>>> Example
>>>> Test
>>>> *****svn
>>>> ********java
>>>> **********class1.java
>>>> **********class2.java
>>>> ********others
>>>> i need download package java and checkout too test and svn but
>>>> of this
>>>> only the directory without other information more than the
>>>> folder .svn

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