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Re: Making a branch the new trunk

From: Peter Werner <l.svn_at_vasas.no-ip.org>
Date: 2006-06-13 11:12:59 CEST

> What is the best practice to abandon the current trunk and make some
> branch the new trunk? Say I have created a branch by calling
> svn copy trunk branch/foo
> and then make changes on the branch and on the trunk. After a while I
> decide that I won't further develop the trunk version and that
> branch/foo should be the new trunk. I would do it this way:
> svn rm trunk; svn move branch/foo trunk
> Is this the correct and best way to do it? Or are there any drawbacks
> or better ways?

I think that is the right way, because history of changes will not be

Br, Péter

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