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RE: "svn ci" from a different path

From: Wadsworth, Eric (Contractor) <wadswore_at_fhu.disa.mil>
Date: 2003-07-14 17:29:18 CEST

> >Hello,
> >
> >Let's say that I have a chunk of repository checked out on
> my local hard
> >drive, and that a co-worker has a chunk checked out on his
> local hard drive
> >(which is mapped to, say, t: on my system). Now, the
> co-worker has made some
> >changes, but he isn't around, and I can't access his machine
> directly, but I
> >do have this t: through which I can get to his checked-out
> repository stuff,
> >which has the changes.
> >
> >My question: will it confuse subversion if I go through my
> mapped drive and
> >check in his changes?
> > t:
> > cd \bleh\blah\bluh\dev\prj
> > svn ci -m "co-worker's changes"
> >
> >
> I don't know; why don't you try and tell us? It should work,
> now that we
> don't keep user info in the working copes any more (best decision we
> ever made), as long as the permissions on the files and
> directories are
> correct.

Heh, "should work" isn't quite good enough for me, at the moment. I can't
afford to screw up my repository at the moment. I guess I'm just chicken. ;)

--- Eric

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