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[TSVN] Commit to several working copies at the same time

From: Roel Harbers <roel_at_roelharbers.nl>
Date: 2004-09-10 11:53:01 CEST

Hi,

I have several projects in a single repository. I have the trunk of each
project checked out into a seperate working copy. All these working
copies are placed under a single directory ("D:\svn").

Repo:
  - proj1
    - branches
    - tags
    - trunk
  - proj2
    - branches
    - tags
    - trunk

local files:

D:\svn\proj1 (working copy of proj1/trunk)
D:\svn\proj2 (working copy of proj2/trunk)

Now I want to be able to make some related changes to both projects, and
commit them both at the same time, with the same log message, and
preferably in a single revision. Is this possible?

When I select the proj1 and proj2 directories in the explorer, and click
commit, the changes for both wc's are displayed correctly. However, when
I press OK, svn says D:\svn is not a working copy (which is correct.)

Doing the same with the update command (select several different wc's
under a regular directory and press update) works fine, even when the
wc's are not in the same repo. Is it possible to do the same with
commit? (not neccesarily across different repos, although that would be
nice too)

I understand I could just copy-paste the message, and do two seperate
commits. However, the changes are related, so it would be nice to have
it in a single revision. Also, the number of wc's involved could be more
than 2.

Regards, and thanks for a great product,

Roel Harbers

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