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Re: newbie: confused abt merging checkouts w/ co, up, sw ...

From: OpenMacNews <users-subversion.20.openmacnews_at_spamgourmet.com>
Date: 2004-01-11 21:30:05 CET


thanks for your reply!

> On Sun, 11 Jan 2004 11:00:48 -0800, "OpenMacNews"
> <users-subversion.20.openmacnews@spamgourmet.com> said:
>> hi all,
> [snip]
>> What sequence of svn commands will get me to my TARGET goal?
>> Or, do I have to cp/mv/etc. the files into a target dir, from
>> individually svn co'd dirs?
> [snip]
> I believe you will have to svn mv each individual files and folders into
> their target folders. It will help if you svn co your whole repository,
> because you will be able to svn mv the files locally, and not have
> intermediate commits.

fair enuf ... but once i've done the 'svn mv' locally, and make any changes to now-merged file collections in "apples/"
and "oranges/" (per my earlier example ...) when I commit, WHAT am I committing back INTO? the SEPARATE dirs (e.g.,
.../apples/ and .../dev_apples/? or, now, everything back into "just" .../apples/)?

> Hope that helps,
> François
> Developer of Java Gui Builder
> http://jgb.sourceforge.net/

it does, thanks!

additional question re: version management (unique to subversion?):

        is it, in general practice, "better" to manage a single repository with multiple directories, or to
create/manage multiple repositories


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