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RE: copies of include files

From: Robert Hunter <robert.hunter_at_gen-i.co.nz>
Date: 2005-01-19 01:56:14 CET

> I have an "include" folder which I would like to use with many of my php
> projects. Every copy of this folder and its content must be same.
> Merging after updating a copy of this folder won't work because I have
> to do it manually. I can forget one or two copies to be merged and
> things go chaotic.

svn:externals sounds like it fits the bill.

Take a look at the section on Externals Definitions in
Chapter 7 ("Advanced Topics") in the Book.


What I'd like to know is the "best practice" for migrating from
a regular folder to an svn:external. Is it a four-part
[remove, commit, add external property, commit] process?

I've tried doing it all in one go in the past, and found that
updates don't work as expected. (haven't done it for a while,
I will try to reproduce later)

Any pointers?

Robert Hunter
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