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From: Alexander E Genaud <lx_at_pobox.com>
Date: 2006-05-01 15:16:43 CEST


I find that I want to perform multiple cheap copies across projects
(from vendor modules to various projects in the same repository). This
can be done with multiple commits, but is it possible in one atomic

I vaguely remember reading that one can use a batch file to run
multiple commands (multiple copies) but I have been unable to find it
mentioned anywhere.

The way I get around this is to checkout -N (non-recursive) the base
of the repository. I then add the directory structure I want (the
trunks of the appropriate modules) and modify the .svn/entries. Then
svn up will give me the full repository without tags and branches. I
can then perform local copies and check in my changes atomically.

I hope there is a better way. Any suggestions?


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