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Re: Creating a duplicate folder

From: Jon Hardcastle <jd_hardcastle_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2008 09:29:27 +0000 (GMT)

--- bbaxter <blakeb_at_gallerywatch.com> wrote:
> I have a pretty simple question.
> On my local computer I have a folder 'website1.0'
> that is in my repository.
> now I want to make a folder called 'website2.0' in
> the same directory and
> copy everything from 1.0 to 2.0 out of it, except
> 1.0's .svn material, so I
> an commit it as a new folder. How would I do this?
> --

you can do a copy in the repo-browser. That will copy
all the goods. But will keep the history. If you
really want to destroy the history you can

a) 'export' website1.0 from the repo-browser
b) checkout website1.0 and delete all .svn dir's.

both given you clean files that can be re-added to the

Unless you have a desire to nuke the history a copy in
the repo-browser is the simplest and the cleanest. You
can then 'switch' to it from your already checked out website1.0!

N: Jon Hardcastle
E: Jon_at_eHardcastle.com
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