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Re: Committing Checkouts from multiple locations in a single commit.

From: Duncan Murdoch <murdoch_at_stats.uwo.ca>
Date: 2007-05-04 19:02:44 CEST

On 5/4/2007 12:34 PM, Cuban wrote:
> 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
> revision?
> Here's a diagram of my WORKING Copy configuration:
> C:\SVN-
> |_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.

I don't think your description above is correct. If c:\SVN is not a
working copy, then you would get an error when you tried to commit it.
So I suspect what you really have is your folder 2 checked out into the
middle of an existing working copy. This can work, but only if you
define folder 2 as an external of the c:\svn directory. Then you could
commit changes to both folders in one commit.

Duncan Murdoch

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