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Directly commit in svn without a workingdirectory

From: Nafter <HdOude_at_allshare.nl>
Date: Wed, 10 Jun 2009 00:39:47 -0700 (PDT)

Is it possible with maven and ANT to directly commit and overwrite a file in
subversion without a workingdirectory on the disc?

I know which file to overwrite in subversion and I know the exact location
of the file in subversion.
Then when I have a newer version of the file I want to be able to overwrite
the file directly in subversion.

At the moment I do this by first checking out that specific directory on the
disk on the server. Accordingly I copy accross the new file. Then finally I
do a commit on that workingdirectory to get this file into subversion.
This is all done by steps in ANT with the maven-ant-plugin.

Does somebody know the way to do this directly by using the subversion url?

Thanks in advance for your comments on this.


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