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svn copy question

From: Yanghui Bian <ybi_at_vitesse.com>
Date: 2003-05-22 09:55:47 CEST

I have the layout below:
I checked out westlake in windows D:\test
$ svn checkout http://p1/repos/trunk/westlake
Then I did some modification in my local copy D:\test\westlake
Now I want to copy my local modified copy to the repository.
In directory D:\test (it is not revisioned)
$ svn copy westlake http://p1/repos/tags/westlake_111
But with the following error:
svn: Path is not a working copy directory
svn: 'd:\test' is not a working copy

I know that if I checkout the whole trunk then I can run the copy command
under D:\test\trunk and put the westlake to the tags in repository.

But the problem is that I have too many other projects under trunk directory.
It's terrible to checkout them all out. Are there any other way?

yanghui bian

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