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Re: Can I "graft" one project's working directory beneath another?

From: Sean Laurent <sean_at_neuronfarm.com>
Date: 2004-11-08 16:38:41 CET

On Friday 05 November 2004 11:19 pm, jhw@lmi.net wrote:
> OK, the better lighting on the BART on the way home helped me find part of
> the solution myself: External Dependencies. That looks like a great
> feature (which will probably be of great use to my team), but it also looks
> like the thing I'm wishing for below doesn't quite exist. No problem: we
> can resort back to paths in environment variable and a tagging script.

Since no one mentioned it, are you aware of the svncopy.pl script?

"This Perl script copies one Subversion location or set of locations to
another, in the same way as svn copy. Using the script allows more advanced
operations,in particular allowing svn:externals to be dealt with properly for
branching or tagging."

You can find it in the client-side folder under the contrib section in the
source package or:



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