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RE: Re: Re: Export only modifications

From: Michael Rumpler <Michael.Rumpler_at_bwin.org>
Date: 2007-09-10 12:01:48 CEST

> > I only want to copy my locally modified files from one working copy
> > another or even to an empty folder. I don't want to commit those
> > to be able to merge them to another place.
> > In other words: I only want to copy those files listed by 'svn
> > to another folder.
> Does TSVN "Create Patch" work for your need?
> (it copys your local modifiction to single patch file)

Thats good, although it needs two steps to copy to another branch.
Binary files (swf or images) don't work.

> If you use command line svn, you can parse 'svn st' output,
> and copy those modified files you need...

Thats what I planned to do myself. But I wanted to ask some people with
more experience with svn if there already is a way to do this that I
don't know.

> Just select the files in the 'check for modifications' dialog and drag
them from there to your empty folder.
> I admit I don't know if that works with 1.4.5 too, but it works with
the latest nightly build...

It does work, but it MOVES the files unless you drag them to another
partition. Theres no right-drag or shift-drag functionallity where you
can choose to copy the files. And they are all copied to the same
folder. The directory structure is not copied. I didn't try dragging
files from different folders with the same filename, but I expect this
to be a problem.

I'm just checking out the source of TortoiseSVN. Either I can add it
there (although I usually code in C#) or I'll write my own small addon
to do this.


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Received on Mon Sep 10 11:58:31 2007

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