Yongtze Chi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 11/23/2005 12:07:21 PM:
> I recently started using Subversion/Subclipse. I am trying to find out
> the best way to create a branch of my project in the repository using
> Subclipse. I know the Branch/Tag option in the Team menu allows me to do
> a copy of the project and place it in the branches folder. Or I can go
> through the "SVN Repository Browsing" perspective and make a copy of the
> project over there. But in either case, I the new copy of the project
> takes the same name as the old copy. I then have to do a rename (which
> is a different operation) on the new copy to give it a more meaningful
> branch/tag label. Does anyone know a way to do copy/rename in the same
> operation? The svn command line interface seems to support this:
> svn copy http://host/repos/trunk/project1
> http://host/repos/branches/project1/branch-123 -m "Creating branch 123."
> Is there a way to do this in Subclipse?
I just added this feature this week. It will be in the next release. You
will also be able to do this from the Resource History view in the next
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Received on Thu Nov 24 04:01:33 2005