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disconnected child directories in working copies

From: Tom H <tom_at_ecnow.co.uk>
Date: 2006-12-13 18:09:05 CET

Hi,

I have some repositories that are versioned like so;
/projectA/rootDir/html

but at the moment the working copy has only this directory in it;
/workingcopyDir/myNonVersionedprojectADirectory/html (where html is a
working copy from the repository above)

but now I want to include the parent directory from the repository in
the local working copy, so I have done;
cd /workingcopyDir/myNonVersionedprojectADirectory
svn checkout -N /projectA/rootDir .
svn add /workingcopyDir/myNonVersionedprojectADirectory/conf

and this has added the conf directory from the working copy to the
repository at the correct location, ie;
/projectA/rootDir/conf

However, if I run a commit from the root of the working copy, eg;
cd /workingcopyDir/myNonVersionedprojectADirectory
svn commit -m "commiting changes to projectA" .

Only the files from the "conf" directory are committed to the
repository, the html directory appears to be disconnected from the
working copy. (cd'ing to html and commit'ing from there works) My
currently resolution is to delete the rootDir from the repository and
add all the files manually from the working copy and then run a new
commit from the root.

Is there any way to reconnect that directory?

Thanks,

Tom

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