SVK::Help::View - Introduction to svk view support
svk allows you to define a different view for the existing repository.
views are stored as property
svk:view:NAME on a directory. Suppose you have
svk:view:ptest set on
//project, you can refer to it by
//^project/ptest. That is, a caret, and then path holding the property, a slash, and the name of the view.
You can now use
//^project/ptest as a target for normal svk commands like ls, checkout and diff.
Here is an example for the value of the property:
&:/project/trunk -* dir1 dir1 util src/deep/util
The first line is the base of the view. The
&: sign means the root of a mirror, so the view can still be used even if other people mirrored the repository to a different path in their local repository.
The second line means taking out all the content under the root. And then take
dir1 back, stick the directory
util under the view. So running
svk ls //^project/ptest you should see: