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How to import an updated release of a directory?

From: Marc Girod <marc.girod_at_iona.com>
Date: 2006-11-14 18:20:04 CET

Hello,

I imported a first release of a tool into a subversion directory.
How do I import a second release (update) on top of the first?

  import doesn't seem to support that.
  diff allows me to compare the two, but there is no 'svn patch' tool...

May I just checkout the tree, replace the contents of my working copy,
and commit the result? What about the .svn sub-directories?

$ find . -name .svn | wc -l
200

Why didn't I find this in the FAQ or in the svn.haxx.se archive?
I'm looking for this under the wrong terms?

Thanks!
Marc

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