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Re: Combining multiple projects

From: Hugi Thordarson <hugi_at_vefsyn.is>
Date: 2004-08-18 20:58:57 CEST

Thanks, but if I try to do the copy locally, I just get up the
instructions for usage of "svn cp". For example, if my current working
directory is OldProject1, I try this:

svn cp * ../NewProject/

Any more ideas?

Cheers,
Hugi

// Hugi Thordarson
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On 18.8.2004, at 17:54, Franšois Beausoleil wrote:

> Hi !
>
> Hugi Thordarson wrote:
>> 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.".
>
> You can't use wildcards on the server-side. Only locally.
>
> What I would recommend is checking out the parent (myrepos in this
> example), and snv mv'ing the files to their new location. You would
> then have a single commit showing the creating of the folder, and the
> add+copy and delete of all files.
>
> Hope that helps !
> Franšois

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