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Re: SVN Externals

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-08-18 00:53:24 CEST

"Res Pons" <pons32@hotmail.com> wrote on 08/17/2006 05:35:45 PM:

> Very clear. I just ran your command and replaced the paths and it
> Now, here's a question I have: Whatever I do in this newly created
> folder...does svn treat it as if I was directly in the folder or inside
> source project? Thanks your example was very clear.

Yes. I *think* to commit changes with the command line you might need to
do the externals separate from other files, or maybe there is an option to
commit. I know with Subclipse we can commit them all together in one

Some other commands, like status and update have an --ignore-externals
option if you do not want them to process into the externals folders. This
can be a time saver if you externals is pointing to a tag and you do not
want to waste time processing it.


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