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Re: TSVN reports that all targets are not part of same working copy when there is an svn:external that points within the repository

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 12 Mar 2011 09:41:16 +0100

On 11.03.2011 08:55, Hans-Emil Skogh wrote:
>>> When I commit with the command line client using `svn ci` or
>>> `svn --depth=infinity ci`, the commit succeeds but the file in
>>> the externals directory is not included in the commit. I'm not
>>> seeing a command line option to "include files from externals".
>> You have to specify all the files separately on the command line
>> and then use the --non-recursive switch for the commit.
> But this is suppose to work automatically in TSVN, right? That is, if
> you have externals pointing within the same repository you should be
> able to commit changes to both the wc and the externals atomically in
> one go. Or is there a reason why this shouldn't happen by default in

TSVN does this by default. But since there are a lot of changes in svn
since 1.6 and not everything is working correctly yet, it might be that
this feature either won't work at all anymore in 1.7 or just doesn't
work yet.
That's why I'd like someone to try this with the CL client and check
whether it fails the same way there too. If that's the case, a report to
the svn list would be necessary.


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