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From Mark Phippard <markp...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Single-commit import with properties and SVN 1.7
Date Mon, 22 Aug 2011 16:31:36 GMT
On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 6:00 AM, Markus Schaber
<m.schaber@3s-software.com>wrote:


> We need to add a new directory including files and properties to a
> subversion repository "in-place".
>
> With SVN 1.6, the following did work: (I know that this is only an
> artifact and was no documented / intended behavior.)
> - Checkout the parent directory to a temporary place.
> - create and svn add the data directory under the parent working copy.
> - svn add and svn propset all the children we need in the working copy.
> - svn commit the parent directory (to add everything in a single
> commit.)
> - move the data directory to the intended working copy place.
> - delete the temporary parent directory.
>
> With SVN 1.7, I only see a way to do this with 2 commits:
> - svn remote add the data directory. (First commit)
> - checkout the data directory
> - fill the data directory with contents (files and properties)
> - svn commit the data directory. (Second commit).
> (This is analogeous to the "in-place import" in the FAQ.)
>

This also should work:

$ svn co --depth=empty url://server/repos/parent tmp
$ fill with data directory and files
$ svn add data
$ set properties
$ svn ci -m Commit the data folder

$ svn co url://server/repos/parent/data  real_dir


-- 
Thanks

Mark Phippard
http://markphip.blogspot.com/

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