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Re: Commit to multiple repositories

From: Adrian Herscu <bmf1972_at_fastmail.fm>
Date: 2006-09-24 23:20:36 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Adrian Herscu wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I have project divided into multiple sub-projects, each one stored in
>> its own Subversion repository.
>> Sometimes I am making changes across the project (e.g. changing the
>> license text, renaming the project, changing the URL to some schema
>> file, etc.).
>> Is it possible to commit all sub-projects at once?
>> I have tried to select all working copies and commit, but TortoiseSVN
>> commits only the working copy on which the context menu was launched
>> (not the entire selected set).
> If you think about it, you would know that it's not possible:
> Each repository is independent of the others. A commit in Subversion is
> per definition atomic. But a commit to two (or more) different
> repositories can't be atomic.
> You have to commit those changes independently, as are your repositories.
> Stefan

Why it should not be possible?! I am not asking for atomic
multi-repository commits!
Just want to select few working copies and commit them at once, instead
of clicking four times for each commit.
Currently I am using a batch script for this, but TortoiseSVN is all
about GUI, so why not? My batch script is very rudimentary, commits are
done serially, the reports go to the console, I have to look over to see
which commit failed...

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Received on Sun Sep 24 23:21:03 2006

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