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Re: sparse directories and --set-depth

From: Wouter Sieburgh <sieburgh_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2009 12:36:39 +0100

Hi Andrew

I've taken a look at:


The workarounds mentioned there seem useful to me. This means: I'll
try to convince my IT-department to
migrate from svn-server 1.4 to svn-server-1.5, so that I can actually
use the workarounds.
(yes, I know, I could use a 1.5 client on a 1.4 server, but this is
painfully slow if you have really large projects)

For me it is essential to be able to delete a subdirectory in my WC
(and tell svn somehow), and then
go on in my WC, without getting any complaints from SVN (and SVN
should not actually delete the subdirectory on the svn-server !!)
I just want to delete it from my WC, because if not, I have non-used
giga-bytes in my WC, which will end up on backup-tapes!!)

And: no, we don't use Tortoise, we use unix/linux systems, we just hate mice !



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