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Re: Replacing a versioned file with new version?

From: Judson Wilson <judson_at_powerstandards.com>
Date: Wed, 02 Mar 2011 23:51:04 -0800

On 3/2/2011 11:29 PM, Mario Techera wrote:
> I would like to replace a versioned file with a new version from a non-versioned folder. The result
> should be as if I've simply modified the original file so that the versioning on the original file is maintained.
>
> How can I do this?
Open the replacement, select all, copy. Open the versioned file, select
all, paste. Commit. ?

If you want the versioned file to move/rename during the process, you
may need to add a move/rename step in there. I would suggest doing that
in 2 commits, one for the rename, one for the new content, just to make
following it a little bit easier.

Hope that is what you are asking,
- Judson

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