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Comitting multiple directories

From: Bernardo Arlandis Maņķ <bernardo_at_tsolucio.com>
Date: 2005-02-18 14:31:09 CET


I'm new to this list. I've started using svn and found it very easy to
use, just one thing that I can't figure out.

I check out two directories from the same repository in a non-svn
directory. When I make modifications to both directories I'd like to
commit them in one atomic operation, doing: svn commit dir1 dir2
but it complains that the parent directory isn't a working directory.

How could I do that? I've searched the mailing list, the issue tracker,
google, and I have just found a weird workaround making the parent
directory an empty working directory and specifying all files in the commit.

May this issue have any relation?

Is there some easier way to do this? if not, why?


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Received on Fri Feb 18 14:33:41 2005

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