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server-side transactions

From: Clemens Hermann <list_subversion_at_clhe.de>
Date: 2007-06-29 11:14:38 CEST

Hi all,

is there a way to use server-side transactions? As a simple example:

svn copy file:///repo/dir1/file1 file:///repo/dir2/file2
svn copy file:///repo/dir3/file3 file:///repo/dir4/file4

If I run these commands in sequence I get two new revisions. Each
command could potentially fail. Is there a way to combine these
commands to a transaction with a single revision that either executes
in total or fails completely?
I want to get similar functionality as if I check out to a sandbox, do
some modifications and then commit these atomic. Ho can I emulate this
with multiple server-side operations without having a local sandbox?

Thanks in advance for any hint,


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