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About copying/branching

From: Christopher Brown <christopher_at_calligrafix.com>
Date: 2004-03-03 17:50:36 CET

Hi,

When tagging something, e.g. tagging:

http://host/repos/trunk

as:

http://host/repos/tags/customer1/r1

...the operation failed. By looking through logs, I figured out that I had
to make "tags", then "customer1", then "r1".

My branch command was:

svn copy http://host/repos/trunk http://host/repos/tags/customer1/r1 -m "my
log message"

Is there any way to create intermediate directories when branching like
this? It's not too bad manually, but a bit of pest to automate.

The command works after creating intermediate folders. However, it creates
a folder containing "trunk" inside "r1". Could I copy "trunk"'s *contents*
into "r1"? Didn't spot syntax for doing this in the Subversion manual.

Thanks,
Chris

P.S.: I'm using Subversion 1.0.0

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