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Re: export file with full path

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-09-19 14:59:20 CEST

On Sep 19, 2005, at 14:02, Ilja Golshtein wrote:

>> mkdir -p `dirname /tmp/aaa/bbb/myfile1`
>> svn export svn://ahost/aproject/trunk/aaa/bbb/myfile1 /tmp/aaa/bbb/
>> myfile1


> I have some workaround in my Perl
> script (mkdir -p is not portable enough).
> The reason I am asking I cannot completely
> believe better way does not exist.

I'm not aware of a better way to do it, nor do I find this way so

On Sep 19, 2005, at 14:48, Ilja Golshtein wrote:

> Two more questions.
> 1. What does last "myfile1" mean? It it a part of svn export or
> something?
> 2. Reproducing suggested command I've got
> "svn: Can't move '/tmp/aaa/bbb.3.tmp' to '/tmp/aaa/bbb': Is a
> directory".
> Should I think solution works for directories only, not files?

Sorry about that; Mac OS X 10.4's insufferable Mail program inserts
where they do not belong. There should have been no space between
"/tmp/aaa/bbb/" and "myfile1". Let me try again. The two commands are:

mkdir -p `dirname /tmp/aaa/bbb/myfile1`

svn export \
svn://ahost/aproject/trunk/aaa/bbb/myfile1 \

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