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importing multiple versions of existing project

From: Jimmy <jtalbot_vizible_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-25 02:32:14 CEST

I've been using svn for one of my hobby projects on my desktop computer at
home. Before going on holiday, I copied the working copy of my project onto a
laptop (with all the .svn dirs). While I was on holiday, I worked on the
project. The laptop didn't have access to the svn repo, so I just made
snapshot of my project in zip files every other day or so.

Now that I'm back from holiday, I'd like to commit all those snapshots one by
one (in the order in which they were saved).

That worked for the first snapshot, but not the second snapshot. svn
complained that I had to update (the second snapshot) before committing. I
tried that, but the udpate failed when it reached a file that was added in the
first snapshot. I suppose I could delete that new file from the 2nd snapshot,
but that would suck if I made some changes to that file in the 2nd snapshot. I
suppose I could make a duplicate of the directory tree of the 2nd snapshot,
delete all the .svn files from that copy, update the original version of the
2nd snapshot, and then copy over the copy of the 2nd snapshot onto the 2nd
snapshot itself... but that seems hacky. Is there a better way to do this?


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Received on Wed Oct 25 02:58:07 2006

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