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Re: How to bring different version of files in subversion

From: François Beausoleil <fbeausoleil_at_ftml.net>
Date: 2004-07-07 16:40:32 CEST

Hi !

Metrri Jain wrote:
> I recently implemented subversion for my repository.I
> am facing a problem,can anybody please help me ,I have
> different versions of a file which are not under
> subversion right now but I want to bring those
> different versions under subversion control.
> And want to make a file as base and others as
> different revisions of that file ,how can I do this.

Simply checkout a working copy for where you want to import these files,
and then copy the base version of the file. svn add it, then svn
commit. Then, overwrite this file with the new version. Confirm the
change with svn status, then svn commit it.

Repeat the loop until you run out of versions...

Alternatively, if you have more than one files, and they are in
different folders, maybe you can use svn_load_dirs.pl, which is
available in the Subversion repository. See the book for more info.

Hope that helps !

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