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Re[2]: 'Import' a Working Copy?

From: Fernando P. Nájera Cano <tortoisesvn_at_fernandonajera.com>
Date: 2006-06-07 23:19:03 CEST


> Perhaps though if I R> kept the .svn directories and deleted
> everything else.

I once needed to do something similar: to manually import different
"tags" of the same project from SourceUnSafe, with files added/deleted
between those tags. No existing tool was useful for me, so I went to
the hard way - fortunately there were a handful relevant revisions

After commiting, drop everything but .svn folders - maybe a shell
script can help here -, place the new files on WC and go to "Check for
modifications" (remember to tick "show all files"): any file which is
"missing" should be deleted; any file which is "normal" should be
added (you can do both from that dialog, and sorting on status does
really help). Then commit. The only problem is deleted folders: using
this method you'll keep the empty folders.

Dirty but it does the trick quite well.

Best regards,

Fernando Najera

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