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Copy svn commmits

From: Gavin 'Beau' Baumanis <gavin_at_thespidernet.com>
Date: Fri, 07 Mar 2008 13:55:34 +1100

Hi Everyone,

I have created a branch "/branches/Production"
That I use for the purpose of tracking updates made to the production
system of a web application.

If there is an unexpected error as a result of an update to production I
need to revert to the previous version that was in production.

Consider; 'file1.cfm' may have several revisions made to it before it
actually gets to production.
Without the production branch I would be unable to easily know which of
the revisions for this file was indeed the last one placed into production.

Onto the problem.
Lets assume that I have sequentially committed to the trunk, 20 separate
file updates via 20 separate commits.
All 20 of these commits to the trunk need to be replicated to the
production branch.

Using the above assumptions - Is there a relevant function that will
enable me to do;
copy the "current state" of the 20 files from the past 20 commits, into
a new location, as 1 single commit?

Thanks for any help in advance.... even if that might be "No you can't
do that!"

Gavin Baumanis
The Spidernet Web Design
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