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RE: Listing excluded items

From: Giulio Troccoli <Giulio.Troccoli_at_uk.linedata.com>
Date: Thu, 4 Nov 2010 10:16:52 +0000

> I only just noticed the depth option 'exclude' (as it's
> not in the book yet, only the --help). I had noticed
> TortoiseSVN gave it as an option, but had presumed that it
> was akin to the other situations where TSVN has renamed or
> extended the CLI functionality.
> I have even used it a couple of times, but in TSVN it
> seems especially ... well, not dangerous, but one-sided, in
> light of my question:
> On the command line, I can get back excluded items with a
> new --set-depth
> on the item (I don't know how you'd do that it TSVN as you
> can't select it).
> But you have to know it's (not) there. Is there a way to see what
> excluded items are around (so I can tell what I might want to
> un-exclude)?
> It doesn't show up in diffs, status or anything I've tried yet.

Maybe you could try the ls command with a URL

svn ls http://url.to.repo/path/to/checkout/folder

Similarly if you use svn:// access

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