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Re: disconnected child directories in working copies

From: Tom H <tom_at_ecnow.co.uk>
Date: 2006-12-14 13:24:11 CET

Tom H wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I have some repositories that are versioned like so;
> /projectA/rootDir/html
Hi List,

After some experimentation of trying to reconnect the directories in my
working copy, I came up with this;

Basically I have a structure in my working copy where the root of the
repos, was checked out after the child directories, and as I didn't want
to run into "file exists" error, I did a "-N" to just get the root. But
this left the directories disconnected, and therefore were not getting
their changes committed.

So I looked in the /.svn/entries file, and can see that the;
 <entry
   name="conf"
   kind="dir"/>

was missing for my /proj/conf folder in my working copy, so I added it
in the local working copy, and did a commit from the root, and it
committed the changed files from the /conf folder.

I guess that there might be an easier way to do this... from the command
line, I would be grateful to hear about it.

Thanks,

Tom

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