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Combining multiple projects

From: Hugi Thordarson <hugi_at_vefsyn.is>
Date: 2004-08-18 19:16:48 CEST

Hi all!

<obligatory_praise>
I love Subversion, just started using it and can't understand why I
even considered CVS :-).
</obligatory_praise>.

Anyway, I would like to combine three projects (folders) in my
repository into one and maintain the version history of the files. So
basically, these files:
http://myrepos/OldProject1/*
http://myrepos/OldProject2/*
http://myrepos/OldProject3/*

Should go in here:
http://myrepos/NewProject/

I tried doing this:
svn cp http://myrepos/OldProject1/* http://myrepos/NewProject/ -m "Made
a copy"
But I get the message "svn: No match.".
Does "svn cp" not support wildcards? If not what would be the best way
to accomplish what I'm trying to do?

My Platform is Mac OS X and Subversion version 1.0.4.

Thanks for any help!
Hugi

// Hugi Thordarson
// Development mgr.
// Vefsyn hf. - development, analysis, marketing
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