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Ignoring tags and branches

From: Trevor Harmon <trevor_at_vocaro.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2008 11:43:11 -0400

Our source code repository has an ever-growing number of tags and
branches. This really slows things down because when I do a checkout,
the entire history of tags and branches are checked out. Difference,
status, and search operations are also slowed down because they
consider the tag and branch directories, even though I'm always
working on the trunk.

Is there some way to filter checkouts, or perhaps modify the working
copy after a checkout, so that tags and branches are ignored? For
example, if the repository looks like this:


I'd want the working copy to look like this:


I'm aware of the svn:ignore property, but I don't think it applies
here. For one thing, it would affect everyone. The filtering here
should apply only to my working copy.


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Received on 2008-09-26 17:43:39 CEST

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