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Re: New User - Importing a project with active changes

From: Lorenz <lorenznl_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 05 Feb 2008 12:12:55 +0000

Alan Saunders wrote:
>[...]
>My startup problem is that, starting with an empty repository, I need to
>import the existing working version of the code (as released to the client)
>into the Current and Releases. (this bit's easy, import into the Current
>(Trunk), then create a Release (Tag) from the same working copy.)

hm that's a bit unclear. Importing doen't make the source folder a
working copy automatically. So either you left out the step of setting
up your working copy, or you created the tag by importing a second
time.
The second would not establish the dependency tag<->trunc.

> Now the problem. How to 'import' my extensive changes into a new
>Changes(Branches)/Alan folder.

That part is easy (too) 8-)

You only need to branch/tag your trunc (either from the still
unchanged wc or directly in the repository) again to create your
branches/alan branch.
Then switch your working copy over to that branch (I think TSVN
provides that as an option in the branch/tag dialog) or checkout a new
wc from your branch.
After that just copy your changed files into the working copy,
TSVN-add/-delete as necessary and commit.

-- 
Lorenz
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