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importing a new tree over an existing versioned copy

From: Roel Vanhout <roel_at_riks.nl>
Date: 2007-06-15 11:20:45 CEST

Hi,

I keep all libraries that I use (e.g., boost) in subversion so that it's
easy to set up a dev environment with one checkout. How can I, when a
new release of such a library is made, easily 'upgrade' my existing
versioned copy? Changed files can be overwritten by copying the new
version to a fresh checkout, but if some files were deleted in the new
release, they will stay in the versioned copy and I don't see an easy
way to recursively list all files that should be deleted from the
repository because they're no longer in the library. Any ideas? Thanks.

cheers,

roel

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