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Re: 2 key features - can they be implemented or does anyone know a workaround

From: Jay Crouch <jay_at_safestream.com>
Date: 2007-08-16 23:13:56 CEST

Yes, a lot like Issue 2727 -- looks like its under way... However no mention
of an import --replace switch in that ticket.

The Import is more important to us so that the revisioning and deltas can be
used. Is there any other way to put files directly into a repository
(bypassing wc co, ci)?

And on mucc, thanks a bunch! -- but we installed subversion using the ports
system in FreeBSD... I'm not great with server administration... Anyone have
an instruction set for making svnmucc on FreeBSD with Ports?

On 8/16/07 5:00 PM, "Hyrum K. Wright" <hyrum_wright@mail.utexas.edu> wrote:

> Jay Crouch wrote:
>> To Subversion developers:
>> My company is using SVN to implement a Œweb based remote file system¹,
>> complete with ACL and version tracking.
>> We have run into a problem that I think requires a couple features to be
>> added to the SVN project ­ so I¹m hoping you all can tell me if this could
>> be incorporated into the next release or if there is another (quick) method.
>> 1: Is there any way to upgrade the SVN command line utility to add an option
>> like -f (for Force) to each of the following commands: copy, move, import.
>> The option would cause the deletion the destination target prior to
>> performing the operation in the case of copy & move and basically simulate a
>> check in for the case of import. ***Import is the big one here for us.***
> This sounds a bit like Issue 2727:
> http://subversion.tigris.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=2727
>> 2: Is there any kind of batch mode utility available (and if not, could one
>> be created) that would allow us to chain multiple svn command line
>> statements together, resulting in only a single revision increment upon
>> completion of the sequence?
>> I'm thinking something like the following:
>> Svnbatch
>> Svn copy URL URL
>> Svn copy URL URL
>> Svn delete URL
>> Svn copy URL URL
> There is a tool call mucc (or have we renamed it to svnmucc?), which
> allows you to string multiple client operations together into one
> commit:
> http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/contrib/client-side/svnmucc/ You
> can build it from a standard subversion tarball, IIRC.
> Additionally, Subversion 1.5 will allow multiple copy and move
> operations in one client operation, e.g. svn cp *.c dir
> Hope this helps,
> -Hyrum

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