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From: Martin von Oertzen <mastr_at_stud.uni-saarland.de>
Date: 2004-11-03 14:47:21 CET

I have two Projects ProjA and ProjB.

ProjA uses an API of ProjB and I want this API below the
directory, where I checkedout ProjA:

There is no Hardlink in the Repository right now?

So the best Solution is:
   svn co http://.../ProjA/trunk/ .
   mkdir api-of-b
   svn co http://.../ProjB/tags/stable/api/ api-of-b

If I need this api in a common directory with other
libraries, I can't check it out:
   svn: '' is already a working copy for a different URL

So I have to create a dummy file in my library-directory
and switch to it:
   touch api-of-b.library
   svn add api-of-b.library
   svn switch http://.../ProjB/tags/stable/api/api.library api-of-b.library

Is there a better way to do this?
Maybe svn:externals?
Where can I find a documentation about this?

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