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Question about working directly in a branch

From: Leah Cimpani <leahcimp_at_bellsouth.net>
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 2010 07:33:42 -0700 (PDT)


I have a question about working directly in a branch (I've been using SVN for a little while, but never had to branch before).

My repository has a standard layout:



I do all of my work directly in under trunk (main line), I suppose this is my "working copy". Now, I have created a branch:


My plan is to work on both the main line and v2.1 in parallel, eventually/periodically merging v2.1 changes back to trunk.

My question is: can I work directly in my local copy of /branches/v2.1 and commit from there, or do I need to something with my "working copy"?

(In case it helps: I use TortoiseSVN, along with Visual Studio 2008 and the VisualSVN plugin).



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