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Re: How to de-nest a nested working copy?

From: Sven Brueggemann <SBrueggemann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2006-04-26 21:27:13 CEST

Adam Aulick wrote:
> Sven Brueggemann <SBrueggemann@...> writes:
>> Adam Aulick wrote:
>> > I have a repository hierarchy like this:
>> > trunk
>> > include
>> > src
>> > my_project
>> > ...eighty-odd other projects
> [snip: Commit at trunk does not see changes in my_project, Check for
> modifications at trunk shows my_project directory text status as Nested,
> changes to files in it do not appear]
>> As long as you didn't change properties of the trunk folder in your
>> WC: open the trunk folder in explorer, Strg-A, right-click on a file
>> and select "Commit".
>> TSVN is clever enough to see that the marked files and folders can
>> be committed in a single transaction and does it.
> This is not the case for me. The my_project subdirectory, which shows up
> as "Nested" in the modifications dialog, does not show up at all in the
> Commit dialog, and changes in that subdirectory are in fact not committed
> unless I do a second SVN Commit on the subdirectory.

I just tested that with the layout you described. I changed a file
in trunk, in include and in my_project. I do not have a src dir
in my WC, since I checked out my_project into a directory directly
under trunk.

Check for modifications shows my_project as "Nested".

In explorer, I selected the file changed in trunk, the include dir and
the my_project dir. I right-clicked on "my_project" and selected
"Commit". The Commit dialog shows "Commit to: (multiple targets
selected) and lists all changed files in all directories.

All changes are commited in a single rivision.

Be careful to hit one of the selected files or folders - otherwise
explorer will deselect them.

Kind regards


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Received on Wed Apr 26 21:27:07 2006

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