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Re: How to get initial working copy without doing a checkout?

From: Marcus Rohrmoser <mrohrmoser_at_gmx-gmbh.de>
Date: 2005-03-17 16:35:07 CET

Assumed you have an empty trunk:

$ svn co svn+ssh://server/myproject/trunk myproject
$ cd myproject
$ mv oldlocation/myproject/* myproject
$ svn add myproject/*
$ svn ci -m "Add instead of import"
$ svn up myproject



Tolga Erdogus schrieb:
> Hi,
> Is there any way to import and checkout a new working directory at the same
> time?
> When I have a large working directory that I want to place under revision
> control, and therefore do an import in to my repository, it's a little silly
> to rename my original directory and then do a checkout of the just imported
> directory back to my machine under the original directory name.
> Isn't there a way to do this all at once so that a large directory doesn't
> have to travel up the wire and then back down again, even though I am
> totally sure that the two directories are identical?
> This is especially painful because I am experiencing very large checkout
> times for large directories (significantly larger times than it took to
> import the same directory)...
> Thanks...
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