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Re: Very esoteric problem

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-06-29 22:33:01 CEST

Campbell, Matthew A wrote:
> Is there any way to recursively checkout only certain files (EG: matching a
> certain filemask) from a "root point" (like /trunk) of a repository, run a
> script which will modify them all, then recursively commit the changes?
> I'm not holding my breath here - I expect the answer is "no". It certainly
> doesn't look do-able with the svn command-line client. Is there any
> possibility of doing it somehow using the library and/or SWIG bindings? Or
> am I (as I'm beginning to suspect) trying to break part of the fundamental
> design/architecture of Subversion?

Using command line client: Cannot be done.

Using bindings: Possible, but a non-trivial programming project.


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