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Editing repository contents

From: Files <files_at_poetryunlimited.com>
Date: 2003-11-10 19:48:16 CET

I apologize for posting in both lists in advance, but I'm not sure which one
this applies to.

The repository browser I'm working on allows you to view the contents of the
repository at present.

However, I would like to also allow you to use it as a file management interface.

And to do so w/o a local working copy.

Is this something that is even possible with the current library structure?

Essentially, what I would want to do, is effectively to do an import on a file
that exists in the repository already.

I'm not sure that I can do this without first checking out a file first,
updating it with the new file and then committing the final copy and then
removing the temporary working directory.

Now this seems like a big mess to me.

But when I try to do an import via svn multiple times on the same file, it fails.

Can someone please point me to the library that this behavior is located it in
and I can do a some analysis on how this process works and see if I can get
around it?

Or am I asking for something that's just a "bad idea" <tm>

Shamim Islam
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Received on Mon Nov 10 19:50:21 2003

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