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RE: Making a branch

From: <Steve.Nelson_at_uk.delarue.com>
Date: 2006-12-19 15:55:21 CET

> From: Chris.Fouts@qimonda.com [mailto:Chris.Fouts@qimonda.com]

> >It isn't convenient/possible to have subdirectories per
> >program in trunk, or even functional groupings, so when a
> >ticket is raised requesting changes to be made to, eg, half a
> >dozen programs in trunk,
> (snip)
> Can't you do a
> > svn cp //repos/trunk/dir //repos/branch/issue#

The problem is that there are no directories under trunk - just several
hundred programs. This is because there's no way to organise them
clearly - they represent one project, and they have different functions,
but they just exist as an amorophous mass of code. Directories only
make sense for specific issues which require changes to a given set of

I've just managed to do a "create folder" operation using the repository
browser in tortoisesvn, but I don't know what that actually did on the
command line. Anyone?


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