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Bulk load of chnaged material into a branch possible?

From: Ian S. Worthington <ianworthington_at_usa.net>
Date: 2007-11-12 17:02:18 CET

I'm about to start using svn, have spent the last few days reading manuals and
what-not, and have a beginner's question:

I need to load into svn z/tpf, an ibm product that is distributed partly in
source, partly in object, locally modified then built locally. Twice a year
or so major updates are distributed which are designed to replace the original
source or object component. On a more frequent basis updates are also
available that can be applied, in the same manner, if required.

After doing the initial load of the svn repository, and making the required
local changes, is their some easy way of applying this kind of bulk update,
presumably into a branch, in the same way I did the initial load?


Ian S. Worthington, MBCS.

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