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Thread: Svn and Kde svn client

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    Default Svn and Kde svn client

    Dear all,
    I would like to ask you if you have ever used kde svn client
    I am trying to see how I can save the repository + the working directory.

    Right now I have every time to press check out and keep copy paste the repository address and the local working path.

    Is that possible?

    BR
    Alex

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    Default Re: Svn and Kde svn client

    Hello alaios,

    Quote Originally Posted by alaios
    I would like to ask you if you have ever used kde svn client
    I am trying to see how I can save the repository + the working directory.

    Right now I have every time to press check out and keep copy paste the repository address and the local working path.

    Is that possible?
    I don't think that's possible because the checkout option is to checkout repositories and not for updating.

    I assume you want to update the to the latest revision.
    If so then checkout isn't the right option since that's for creating a working copy.
    You should use update, to do this right-click on a repository on the left side of the KDE svn window.
    And select the option "Update to head...".

    Best of luck!
    Where did I put my coffee cup?
    dir -R /home/* | grep "coffee cup"

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    Default Re: Svn and Kde svn client

    Exactly..but when you turn off your kdesvn .. then next time everything is blank.
    And then you need one again to configure the checkout and write user name and password.

    My idea was to have an easy way to open the last settings (svn sernver, checkout directory, user name and password)

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    Default Re: Svn and Kde svn client

    Hello alaios,

    Quote Originally Posted by alaios
    Exactly..but when you turn off your kdesvn .. then next time everything is blank.
    And then you need one again to configure the checkout and write user name and password.
    You don't need to run checkout again, once you've ran checkout you'll have a working copy.
    When you start KDEsvn you only have to open the directory where you checked the svn repository out.

    Quote Originally Posted by alaios
    My idea was to have an easy way to open the last settings (svn sernver, checkout directory, user name and password)
    AFAIK the option Settings->Quick Settings->"Load last opened URL on start" does that.

    Good luck!
    Where did I put my coffee cup?
    dir -R /home/* | grep "coffee cup"

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