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

From: Francois Beausoleil <fbos_at_users.sourceforge.net>
Date: 2004-01-11 22:33:41 CET

On Sun, 11 Jan 2004 12:30:05 -0800, "OpenMacNews"
<users-subversion.20.openmacnews@spamgourmet.com> said:
> hi,
> >
> > 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/)?

When you commit, you commit from the root of your locally checked out
repository, and Subversion will tell the repository "Move this file here,
and this other one here too", etc, ad-nauseum.

But as Ben said in another message in this thread, if you explained your
requirements better, we might be able to provide more information.

Bye !
Developer of Java Gui Builder

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Received on Sun Jan 11 22:34:28 2004

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