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RE: Commit from several directories

From: Dale Worley <dworley_at_pingtel.com>
Date: 2005-08-24 17:02:50 CEST

> From: Christoph Bartoschek [mailto:bartoschek@or.uni-bonn.de]
> when one checks out three different directories from one
> repository. For
> example:
> svn co http://server/project/trunk/a a
> svn co http://server/project/trunk/b b
> svn co http://server/project/trunk/c c
> Is it somehow possible to commit all changes at once?

Currently, Subversion will only allow checkins from a subset of files in
*one* repository. So if you specify a set of files to check in, svn will
find the nearest common parent directory, and that directory must be part of
the WC. My guess is that this constraint enforces some consistency
conditions such as "You may not check in more than one copy of the same

You might be able to construct a WC that would work by:

$ svn co -N http://server/project/trunk t
$ svn co http://server/project/trunk/a t/a


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