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Committing Checkouts from multiple locations in a single commit.

From: Cuban <rcastro_at_mastercontrol.com>
Date: 2007-05-04 18:34:14 CEST

Good morning,

Forgive me newbie like question, but I did agressively search the web for my
answer to no avail. If someone would answer the below question, I'd be
forever greatful.

How can I commit two seperately checked out folders silmultaneously, so that
when viewing the comments in SVN, all the files were commited as the same

Here's a diagram of my WORKING Copy configuration:
      |_Checkout Folder 1\Files and folders here
      |_Checkout Folder 2\Files and folders here

Both checkout folders are seperate checkouts from different locations in the
repository. If I run this command:
svn commit "c:\svn" -m "Commited both folders"

Only Checkout Folder 1, and all of it's subdirectories/code is commited. - I
need checkout 2 subdirectories and code to be committed as well, under the
same revision.

The reason for this desire is that I'm automating the process in which we
'mark' builds in our software (essentially just mark edit a text file and
relate that revision with the text file), but I pull code from several
repository locations to do so. So, I could easily automate the process by
looping through each file individually and commiting it, but then I am
making like 10 Revisions to mark a single build.

I appreciate anyone who took the time to go through this message. Thanks
again for any assistance I recieve.


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