Update Project Dialog (Subversion)
Use this dialog box to update the local working copy of a file, directory, or project with a revision from the repository.
|Update/Switch to specific Url||
|Use Branch||In this text box, specify the location of the required repository through its branch name. Click the Browse button to choose the required branch in the Select Branch dialog box that opens.|
|Url||In this text box, specify the location of the required repository through its full URL address. Click the Browse button to open the Select Repository Location dialog box.|
|Update/Switch to specific revision||
Select this check box to synchronize your local working copy with a specific revision different from the HEAD revision.
The Update/Switch to specific revision text box becomes enabled.|
In this text box, specify the number of the revision to be used. Click the Browse button to open the Changes Browser dialog box. By default, RubyMine suggests to update your local working copy the HEAD revision. This option corresponds to the --non-recursive (-N) switch of the Subversion update command.
|Depth||Use this drop-down list to specify the range of recursion into subdirectories. The available options are:
|Force Update||Select this check box to have local files replaced with the files from the repository even if the local files have modifications and thus abandon the local modifications.|
|Update administrative information only in changed subtrees||
This option only applies to working copies older than SVN 1.7 managed by SVNKit.
During synchronization with the server (update), SVN locks your working copy one subtree after another by creating empty
When this option is selected, SVN first checks if any files from a subtree have been modified on the server, and locks this subtree
(i.e. creates a
|Ignore Externals||Select this check box if you do not want RubyMine take into account externals definitions during update.|
|Do not show this dialog in the future||
Select this check box to have RubyMine perform future updates silently.
To have RubyMine show this dialog box before update again: