Thanks a ton on that information. Another query that I would like to ask is:
My prj is as, in home_dir/user_name i have
WC= working copy.
I am using the following command to tag the WC_ear:
svn copy --message 'some message' WC_ear <svn_repo_link_to_tags>/tag_number
For the ear of my webapp, the WC_ear goes in properly at that tag. so i have
But, when i use similar command for tagging the WC_web,of my project, the *
contents* of the WC_web go in at the tag rather than the *WC_web itself*. So
i have this after the above two copy operation:
where the dashes above indicate the contents of WC_web
even i used this
svn mkdir - - message 'some message' <svn_link_to_tags>/tag_number/WC_web
and then the
svn copy --message 'some msg' WC_web
but still the contents of WC_web are pushed in rather than the WC_web
I would like to see such folder structure at the tag location, after the
The locaton where i do a checkout is
and all the svn commands are fired @ the /home_dir/user_name.
Hope you understood :) Can you help me in this Blair?
On 7/30/08, Blair Zajac <blair_at_orcaware.com> wrote:
> N D wrote:
>> when i switch to some location of my subversion reposory using svn switch,
>> the following things hold:
>> any new files/dir from the repo location will be added to my working
>> copy, if they are not present in my WC
> any existing files/dir (that exist both in the repo and WC) will be
>> overwritten in my WC, therby overwriting any changes
> No. It does a merge into those files, not a copy, preserving any local
> any files/dir present in my WC, but not in the repo location, will be
>> deleted from my WC
> Unversioned files will not be touched. Versioned files will be deleted if
> they have no local modifications. Versioned files with local modifications
> will be kept.
> Blair Zajac, Ph.D.
> CTO, OrcaWare Technologies
> Subversion training, consulting and support
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Received on 2008-07-30 18:48:59 CEST