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Re: How do you copy folders from windows to unix, but maintan the link to the repository?

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-03 14:21:10 CEST

On 5/3/06, Daniel Donovan <DDonovan@latentzero.com> wrote:
> Folks,
> When I copy an svn working folder from one location on my disk to
> another, the link to the repository is also copied to the new location,
> meaning I can use svn commands from the command line here as well.
> However, when I copy the same folder from my windows box to an area on a
> unix / linux machine, the link to the repository is not copied,
> therefore I cannot run svn commands from unix / linux.
> Is there some setting I can change to enable this?
> My purpose is to do one checkout to windows and lock windows specific
> files, then copy the directory to unix and lock unix specific files,
> then copy the directory to linux and lock linux specific files.

Are you copying the hidden .svn directories contained in the working copy?

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