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From: Stephan Herschel <Stephan.Herschel_at_biovertis.com>
Date: 2005-07-05 15:42:55 CEST


I have a simple problem, nevertheless i found no simple solution:

In my repository I have 2 directories:

./repos/develop ... that's were the all newly developed files go
./repos/release/1.0 ... that's our production-release

the contents of ./repos/release/1.0 was done by doing something like

svn cp ./repos/develop ./repos/release/1.0

Now I've got some files in ./repos/release/1.0 that I want to update to the latest revision stored in ./repos/develop. Currently I do it this way:

svn rm ./repos/release/1.0/file1
svn commit
svn cp ./repos/develop/file1 ./repos/release/1.0
svn commit

I wonder, if there is a better way to do this. Can't i just tell subversion to exchange to current revision of the file with the latest revision I have in ./repos/develop? How?


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