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Re: How do a branch/switch a single file?

From: Brian Huddleston <brianh_at_huddleston.net>
Date: 2005-05-04 04:08:24 CEST

> Well, in my working copy checked out from the subversion trunk I just ran
> (note that's all one command, even if my mailer splits it into two lines):
> $ svn switch http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/branches/1.0.x/README README

Ahh...that is the answser. In your example I tried README on the url,
README for the filename but not README on both. Makes sense now that I
think about it (switch as a heterogenous version of "update").

Thank you thank you thank you. It is much appreciated. Even a nice S on
svn status. Excellent.


> And it sure switched README onto the 1.0.x branch:
> $ svn status
> $
> -garrett

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