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Re: copying one url over another

From: Paul Koning <Paul_Koning_at_dell.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2008 15:45:06 -0400

>>>>> "Matthew" == Matthew Smith <chedderslam_at_gmail.com> writes:

 Matthew> I am trying to overwrite one tag in the repository with
 Matthew> another. This is the command I tried: svn copy
 Matthew> https://(server)/svn/(program name)/tags/mr-07-22-08
 Matthew> https://(server)/svn/(program name)/tags/production

 Matthew> The mr-07-22-08 tag has the latest version of the source
 Matthew> code. I need to overwrite/update the /tags/production with
 Matthew> all the files from /tags/mr-07-22-08

 Matthew> When I run the above command, however, I just get a new
 Matthew> directory under tags/production/ named mr-07-22-08.

 Matthew> How do I accomplish what I am trying to do?

Delete the old tag, then copy the new one.

This is annoying -- I sure would like there to be a way to do this in
one step.


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