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Re: Someone added new files to repository, how do I see them?

From: Eric <spamsink_at_internetsmallfry.com>
Date: Mon, 08 Jun 2009 15:24:31 -0400

At 02:58 PM 6/8/2009, Ryan Schmidt wrote:

>The reasons I can think of for this to occur are 1) your working copy
>is corrupted in some way, or 2) you explicitly or your client
>implicitly requested a sparse or nonrecursive checkout, whose purpose
>is to behave as you describe and not pull in new items unless
>explicitly requested. If you don't want that behavior, then you don't
>use a sparse or nonrecursive checkout.

Good afternoon, Ryan.

I didn't ask it to do that. When I tell TortoiseSVN to do a
checkout, it gives me a pulldown list that defaults to "fully
recursive" and gives me other options. I know I didn't select any of
the other options.

For now, I'm going with "working copy is corrupted in some way"
although I'd sure like to know how that happened.



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