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"replace" a project

From: Brad <subversion.tigris.org_at_likethesky.com>
Date: 2006-01-13 22:29:25 CET

I've searched the archives, but as my question is somewhat general and
could be accomplished in multiple ways, I haven't come across a previous
thread that deals with this fairly simple question:

We have a project (containing multiple subdirectories and files therein)
called /trunk/project that someone on the team--unfortunately--exported
from, made some changes to, then imported back in as /trunk/project1.
Turns out we like what they did and now just want to "slam over the top
of" /trunk/project with /trunk/project1 and make /trunk/project1 go away
(delete it), so that the new /trunk/project will be our codebase going
forward and we'll have all the previous history still there if we want

Doesn't seem like merge is what we want, as we just want a direct
replacement of /trunk/project with /trunk/project1. Also I don't think
we want to delete /trunk/project and rename /trunk/project1 to
/trunk/project is what we want either, as then we lose the history in
(the original) /trunk/project...

Any simple way to accomplish what we want?


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