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Re: use svnadmin to set revision number?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-07-26 18:36:27 CEST

On Jul 26, 2006, at 18:08, Tom Vaughan wrote:

> I don't think the state of what I have checked out matters. As I'd
> have
> to strip out everything ".svn", and then copy just the "content" over
> into a new checkout from the old repository. So that's something like:
>
> mv project1 project1.latest
> svn co https://oldserver/project1 project1
> cd project.latest
> find . -type f | grep -v .svn | \
> xargs -I '{}' cp -a '{}' ../project1/'{}'
> cd ../project1
> svn ci project1
>
> No?

Yes, you'd have to do something like that -- move the old working
copy out of the way, make a new one, and manually move over the
changes. And the point is everyone would have to do this somehow.
Nobody would be able to continue using their old working copies.

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