> 1) SVN:
> 2) I checkout the files that I work with to disk:
> 3) I copy the specific files I need from the working folder to
> another location on the disk.
> 4) Currently on Tag:
> 5) What I am looking for tag to be is
> We have this tool that arranges the disk in the right order.
> 1) If I take the files from the disk and commit them to the tag folder
> will that be as cheep copy?
No. You are copying at the file system level and then committing them to
the repository you have two copies with separate ancestry. Then again,
the docs aren't really clear. They talk about cheap coppies when copying
a URL path to a URL path. They don't really talk about copying within
the WC and then commiting being cheap. Maybe it is smart enough to do
this. If you have a check out that includes the parent of where you are
coping from to and commit is this a cheap copy?
> 2) If not then I guess that the only way to do a cheep copy (without
> double all the assets in the repository is to make the same copy I
> the automatic tool inside the SVN - using the svn copy.
Yes... That will for sure work.
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Received on 2009-01-02 20:10:42 CET