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RE: multiple paths when committin with TortoiseProc

From: Kapl Roland <rkapl_at_oebfa.co.at>
Date: 2007-03-05 16:07:35 CET

OK, thank you, I worked around that by rearranging my repository.

Sorry I didn't reply directly, I just don't get any messages from the
mailing list...


>>On 2/20/07, Kapl Roland <rkapl@oebfa.co.at> wrote:
>>> I just tried to use tortoiseSVN from another program using the shell
>>> TortoiseProc. Now I need to commit 2 different things at once to the
>>> repository. First a single file (say at "path\singleFile"), and then
a whole
>>> directory at a different place (say at
>>> "differentpath\wholeDirectory"). I (maybe naively) assumed
>>> this would be possible by issueing TortoiseProc.exe /command:commit
>>> /notempfile
>>> /path:"path\singleFile*differentpath\wholeDirectory"
>>> but no success !
>>> Instead I get a peculiar "'.' is not a working copy", "can't open
>>> .svn/entries" error message.
>>Subversion requires a common root for all working copy operations, and
>>that root must be part of the working copy. If you try to do an
>>operation on different working copy folders (even if they're from the
>>same repository) but don't have a common root which is versioned, the
>>operation will fail.
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