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svn:externals

From: <tanerd_at_riskturk.com>
Date: 2004-11-10 15:20:36 CET

I have a question about svn:externals.

I exceuted this command;

svn propset svn:externals file:///d:/test_prop/test1
file:///d:/test_prop/test2

And I have this message:

svn: Setting property on non-local target 'file:///d:/repository/test2'
not yet supported

I want to share test2 to test1.

>
> On Nov 9, 2004, at 7:41 AM, tanerd@riskturk.com wrote:
>
>> hi,
>>
>> I will reorginize my svn repository. I want to copy a directory to
>> another
>> directory.
>>
>> svn://..../repository/project1
>>
>> to
>>
>> svn://..../repository/projects/project1
>>
>> Therefore, I want to carry history of project1.
>> How can I do? I use "svn copy" command but this command copy directory
>> with one revision not all history.
>>
>
> When the repository copies a directory, the historical link is
> maintained.
>
> So that means when you run 'svn log' on /projects/project1, the
> historical copy is traversed, and you'll see all the changes made back
> when it was located at /project1.
>
>
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