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Check in multiple paths?

From: Dominic Anello <danello_at_danky.com>
Date: 2004-01-08 20:36:07 CET

Hello all,

I have several different working copies scattered around my hard drive
that all point to different parts of the same repository. Recently I
made a bunch of related changes to files in several of these working
copies. I would like to check them in as one single commit.

I am using the Windows binary distribution of svn 33.1 on w2ksp4

svn help commit seems to indicate that this is possible:
commit (ci): Send changes from your working copy to the repository.
usage: commit [PATH...]

To me PATH... seems to indicate I can specify multiple WC paths.

So first I did a status:
D:\src\trunk>svn st D:\src\trunk\project-doc D:\src\scratch D:\ec-svn\auth D:\ec-svn\repo\hooks
A + D:\src\trunk\project-doc\Developer\svn-login.rtf
D D:\src\scratch\doc\svn-login.rtf
M D:\ec-svn\auth\access.ini
M D:\ec-svn\auth\passwd
 M D:\ec-svn\repo\hooks
M D:\ec-svn\repo\hooks\pre-commit-check.pl

So far so good, but when I try to commit:
D:\src\trunk>svn ci D:\src\trunk\project-doc D:\src\scratch D:\ec-svn\auth D:\ec-svn\repo\hooks
svn: Path is not a working copy directory
svn: 'D:' is not a working copy

So is what I am trying to do totally unreasonable, or is it a possible

Here are the repo paths for all the WCs
WC Repo Path
------------------------ -----------------------------------------------
D:\src\trunk\project-doc http://danello2k2/ec-svn/trunk/project-doc
D:\ec-svn\auth http://danello2k2/ec-svn/trunk/version-control/w32/auth
D:\ec-svn\repo http://danello2k2/ec-svn/trunk/version-control/w32/hooks



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