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Newbie question

From: Graham Vickrage <graham_at_gpmd.co.uk>
Date: 2006-06-12 17:20:31 CEST

We are a software development company that has a core system which we
branch into its own project once we get a new customer.

Development of the project continues however once in a while a change to
a core module is made which then has to be rolled out into the
individual projects.

1. I have tried to branch this core file into the project but as it
already exists it does not allow it.
2. SVN copy - from core to project but this produces same error it
already exists.
3. Merge - this sometimes seem to work however other times the content
doesn't seem to be changed.

Is the only option to delete the file in the project directory then
commit the project. Once this is delete try one of the above, in which
case what should I be using?

Also are there any plans to bring in file level versioning into sub
version? I did see some emails about auto-versioning, is this the same

Many thanks in advance.


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