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[TSVN] Re: Commiting multiple folders at once

From: Eric Hanchrow <offby1_at_blarg.net>
Date: 2004-10-28 21:59:28 CEST

>>>>> "JS" == JS staff <jsparrow@ecclescollege.ac.uk> writes:

    JS> I've got 3 working copy folders in different parts of my HD,
    JS> but they all form part of the same project (1 for SQL
    JS> metadata, 1 for smart client, 1 for web services). I was
    JS> trying to commit changes to all three at once. I tried
    JS> tricking TSVN with shortcuts to the folders, but that didn't
    JS> work ;)
    JS> So I searched the whole of C: for the folder names,
    JS> multi-selected the 3 folders I wanted, and did a commit.
    JS> But I got an error message ('C: is not a working copy'). Is
    JS> this a bug?
    JS> In the longer term, it would be really cool to have a way of
    JS> commiting like this. It's not even possible with SVN command?
I wouldn't have expected that to work, neither with Tortoise nor with
the command-line client.

I think if you really want to make just one checkin (and I applaud
that :-) your only option is to do another checkout of a common parent
of all the working copies, then by hand move the files from your three
working copies into the new working copy, and then check that new
working copy in. Then just delete the three old ones.

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Received on Thu Oct 28 23:03:26 2004

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