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From "Kerry, Richard" <richard.ke...@atos.net>
Subject How to switch, or update, a file that exists only in a brnch ?
Date Wed, 26 Nov 2014 16:13:19 GMT

I have a couple of files that exist only in a branch which I’d like to have within my Working
Copy.  If the files exist in the Head I can use “switch” to change the WC instance from
the Head one to the branch one.  But if the file is not in the Head I can’t do that as Switch
only appears to work when a file is already in the WC as a checked-out file, and not if it
is absent, or present but not Controlled.

Or should I use Update to get this ?  In which case what syntax ?  As it seems to want to
update the whole folder to the Branch’s version.


Regards,
Richard.

PS. Using TortoiseSvn so also happy to receive answers indicating what to do within Tortoise.



Richard Kerry
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