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RE: Check out only one project

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2009 10:24:00 -0400

> I have a projects folder with containing all the projects. Checked all
> in (committed all) to create the svn database (repository) in a server.
> Then delete those I don't need from my local folder and kept working in
> my projects.
> Each time a new PC is configured for a new programmer, all the projects
> are retrieved from the svn database when only those projects this guy
> will be working at should be copied locally (something similar to what
> Visual Sourcesafe does when you mark the check boxes of the projects
> needed to be checked out).
> The question is: Is there any way to do so?

Yes, rather than deleting those folders that you don't want... just don't check them out in the first place.

For example, lets say your repository looks like this:


So, rather than checking out Projects:

svn co http://yourserver/yourrepo/projects

Check out the specific folder:

svn co http://yourserver/yourrepo/projects/Project1



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Received on 2009-08-28 16:25:13 CEST

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