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Copying a directory from another repository

From: Alex Kiesel <alex_at_kiesel.name>
Date: 2006-05-05 10:50:54 CEST


I'm trying to (recursively) copy an entire directory from another
repository into my WC.

Basically, it works. The only problem is, I get an warning like this:
svn: Source URL 'blablabla' is from foreign repository; leaving it as a
disjoint WC

This means, that the directory is copied into the WC in regard to
filesystem, but not scheduled for addition. Trying to do so reveals
errors, too, because the .svn folders already exist in the copy.

I could circumvent this by recursively deleteing those folders and then
adding the directory. I will do this if there's no better solution. Does
anyone know a solution?

Btw, commit messages are of no interest for me at that point.


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