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Re: remote development optimization

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-01-13 19:26:09 CET

On Jan 13, 2006, at 16:43, Bosnjak Zoran ITWEP1 wrote:

> May I copy or move a "working copy" and then use it normaly (as if I
> just did a clean checkout)?
> Do I need to do run "svn update" or anything else, before use a
> clone of
> working copy?

Yes, that's fine. I do this when I already have a working copy, and
I'm working on a task, and I need to quickly take care of a different

$ svn cp -RPp trunk trunk2

In the new copy, I revert the changes I was making:

$ svn revert -R trunk2

And then I update it to make sure I'm at the latest version.

$ svn up trunk2

Then I can start working on the second task in trunk2 without
affecting the first task in trunk.

You don't need to run "svn up" if you're already at the most recent

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