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Recursively commiting files placed in svn-externals projects

From: Gabriel <gabrielvdk_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 4 Aug 2008 03:13:08 -0700 (PDT)


We use the svn-exertnals property quite a lot to include libraries and
frameworks into our seperate projects. This all works great. But I
think one think you be even easier. The problem is when you commit the
root folder of the project everything is commited except for files and
folders in the svn-external folders. You need to seperately do this
for each external project (in our case: the data project, framework
projects & javascript framework).

We use VisualSVN and come from the SourceSafe world where we were used
to edit the framework libaries in the current solution, instead of
constantly having opened 2 solutions, 1 for the framework and 1 for
the current application. I put this explanation here so you understand
WHY we work in the external projects from within the application repo
instead of the framework one, just simply because i only have to open
1 IDE (VS2008) to work in all code at the same time.

Thanks for any hints or this, or maybe I need to submit a feature


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