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

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-05 14:22:01 CEST

On 5/5/07, Cuban <rcastro@mastercontrol.com> wrote:

> Funny you'd say that because I tried it on mine (Subversion Command-line
> Client 1.2.1) and it didn't work. I even tried the exact scenario with
> folder names, just to be sure (Since I'm so new to SVN :)) I just got what
> you had expected: C:\test\wrapper is not a working copy.
> So, unless micke knows why it worked for him and not for me, I think I'll go
> with your last suggestion, which was to check out a top directory, then non
> recursively check out only the necessary directory structure. Honestly, it's
> a lot more code but it's the price I pay for having 1 revision number for 15
> commited files in varying folders.
> Thanks again to everyone for all the help. If anyone has any additional
> solutions, or a method for getting Micke's solution (Found below) I'd love
> to hear them.
> Regards,
> Ryan
> P.S Micke, what version of SVN are you running? Maybe it worked for you
> because you have an eariler or later version. if that's the case, I'll
> upgrade/downgrade as necessary, since your solution is infinitely easier. :)

I think that hack has always worked. See the bug report and the link
to the hack:


Mark Phippard
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