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Re: Sym links in a sandbox

From: Lan Barnes <lan_at_falleagle.net>
Date: 2005-05-10 01:31:19 CEST

On Mon, May 09, 2005 at 04:24:44PM -0700, Lan Barnes wrote:
> I have a file, xyz.conf, that exists in my sandbox in
> .../trunk/server/xyz.conf, and also (the exact same file) exists in
> .../trunk/client/xyz.conf. I want to make one of them a sym link so I
> only have to maintain the file in one place.
> My question is, if I do "svn add" in the directory in which this file
> is a link, will subversion get it right? Or should I keep it an
> undefined file in the dir in which it's a sym link.
> In practice the file will exist on both the client and the server side
> at runtime.
> This marks something of a milestone for me, as I've never posted a live
> question to this list before. I guess it calls for a Woo Hoo.
> Thanks to all the developers for your wonderful work.

OK, that was fun, woo hoo and all. Now I found the answer in the FAQ in
about 30 seconds digging. :*) <a blush>

RTFM indeed!

But thanks to all whose answers will dribble in over the next few days

LUV subversion!

Lan Barnes                    lan@falleagle.net
Linux Guy, SCM Specialist     858-354-0616
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