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Re: Creating a 'latest release' directory in a repository

From: Alan Barrett <apb_at_cequrux.com>
Date: 2006-01-29 10:47:51 CET

On Sat, 28 Jan 2006, Avishay Orpaz wrote:
> The only way I can think of is deleting the old release from
> the destination directory, commiting, copying the new release and
> commiting again.

You can do the delete and copy in a single transaction, using
"mucc" or "rsvn". mucc can be found in the contrib/client-side
directory of the subversion distribution. rsvn can be found at

Here's an example using mucc:

REPO=file:///tmp/repo # or svn://wherever/repo or whatever
message="Replace ${TOBRANCH} with a copy of ${FROMBRANCH}
as of revision ${FROMREV}"
mucc -m "${message}" \
        rm ${REPO}/${TOBRANCH} \

--apb (Alan Barrett)

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