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RE: Re: svn commit to trunk picked up by branch. why?

From: alejandro bustamante <guatebus_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2011 14:45:54 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks for the check-for-modifications dialog suggestion Stefan, it's given me a way to at least know before committing where the commit will go to. I have found a cumbersome temporary way to make all commits go to where I want. Here's the steps:

Using the check-for-modifications dialog I can check to where each file is pointing to. Before committing, I can check that all modified files are pointing to where I want to commit. If they are not, I make a copy of the files or changes, I do a switch on the individual file (which will revert the changes), I make the changes again and commit will now send to the correct URL. Doing this all the time, however, is not quick.

Can you think of a reason why the switch command is not effectively pointing all the files in my working copy to the URL I switch to? is there a way to do a 'hard' switch that will forcefully switch all files' URL?



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