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From Tobias Bading <tbad...@web.de>
Subject Re: Possible bug: svn update doesn't respect the 'depth' property
Date Mon, 08 Jul 2013 08:35:59 GMT
On 08.07.2013 10:24, Miro Kropáček wrote:
> Hi Tobias,
>
>     You're right, a simple 'svn update' in 'trunk' or 'software'
>     should not pull in any directories of files outside of 'user'.
>     That should only happen if you run e.g. 'svn update --set-depth
>     infinity'. What Subversion version are you using and on what platform?
>
> It's Windows, the one which comes with TortoiseSVN, I did an upgrade 
> today, so I can't say whether it happens with the latest version or 
> the one before. But definitely in >= 1.7. If you are unable to 
> reproduce, I can give you more details tomorrow.

I'm not that familiar with Tortoise, or Subversion 1.7. We are still 
using Subversion 1.6 on multiple platforms and may update to 1.8 sooner 
or later. But your problem doesn't ring a bell with me, I can't remember 
ever having this problem in 1.6. Could be a regression that occurred in 
some version of the 1.7 line, but one this severe shouldn't go unnoticed 
for long. You said you did an update yesterday, have you tried it with 
the latest 1.7 Tortoise release and a fresh working copy?


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