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

From: Sven Brueggemann <SBrueggemann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2006-04-27 00:44:29 CEST

Adam Aulick wrote:
> Sven Brueggemann <SBrueggemann@...> writes:
>> 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.
> The problem is that, if you add the src directory above my_project, it
> becomes impossible to select include and my_project at the same time
> in explorer. This is one of those things that makes me curse at Windows.

Ah - I though you didn't have the src folder...

In the tree view of TotalCommander (a cool Norton-Commander style tool)
you can select multiple directories even with your WC layout. I wasn't
able to do it in explorer.

So, you could try Total Commander or copy your WC to another place
and move my_project one level up there. Then delete src and be sure
not to check it in the commit dialog if it is listed as missing there.

With the 1.4.0 release of TSVN you will be able to drag and drop files
to the commit dialog.

Kind regards

Sven

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