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exact copy of directories or files

From: Manfred Gruber <gruber.m_at_utanet.at>
Date: 2005-05-03 13:37:40 CEST

Hi!

I have a question, if there is any easy solution in subversion about
followowing problem:

I have 2 project directories: project1 and project2
Also I have a directory is called doku for documentation.
It is all in one repo.

I now want that every one who is working on documentation works in the
doku-trunk directory. But alway the actual documentation has to be copied
into the project dirs unter projectX--trunk--doku. Now I make it per script
that when someone has finished his document I start a script which makes a
svn copy to the project directory. Is there or does anyone know a good
solution to automate this, or is there something like a link command or
something else which shows the same files in one dir also in another dir ?

svn-repo looks like:
project1 -- trunk
                                --sources
                                --doku
                -- tags
                                --sources
                                --doku
                -- branches
                                --sources
                                --doku
 
project1 -- trunk
                                --sources
                                --doku
                -- tags
                                --sources
                                --doku
                -- branches
                                --sources
                                --doku

doku -- trunk
                        -- doku files

thanks regards manfred

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