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Re: copying vendor import to trunk, not subdirectory

From: Jeff Kowalczyk <jtk_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-07-13 18:41:05 CEST

On Tue, 13 Jul 2004 10:59:08 -0400, Garrett Rooney wrote:
>> The commands are nearly verbatim, except that I'm trying to 'merge' my
>> vendor drop into the root directory of the trunk, not a subdirectory:
>> /home/myuser/software/acme/index.html README.TXT (...)
>> instead of
>> /home/myuser/software/acme/0.5/index.html README.TXT (...)
>> Is there any way I can do that?
> Just don't create the initial empty 'trunk' directory, then do the copy.
> Your copy will create a trunk directory as a copy of the 5.0
> directory, rather than placing the 5.0 directory inside the trunk
> directory.

That's innovative. I'm starting to get the idea that subversion is
completely flexible, and that many locations like trunk and vendor are
convenience conventions, rather than absolute procedures that must be
followed in rote order.

What will I do when I want to bring later versions of acme from the
vendor/0.6 -> /vendor/current branch -> /trunk/(contents of 0.6). Does it
become a merge in subsequent commands?

I have about fifteen historical vendor tarballs I'm going to import before
making any customizations of the latest version in my working copy
checkout of the trunk.

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