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Re: Import on existing repository ?

From: Andy Jones
Subject: Re: Import on existing repository ?
Date: Fri, 9 Sep 2005 12:22:51 +0100

If you can do an import, then you can do a checkout and a commit,
which sounds like what you need...

On 08/09/05, TestMan <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I got the following issue :
> - A customer is having a centralized CVS repository.
> - We have to deliver new release source code trees into it (code is
> consistent and working).
> - Development team does not have access to "checkout" of the repository
> (so no "existing" versions or diff can be found). Hence they are working
>  on their own repository.
> And I need to deliver the updated "release" into the CVS. How can I do
> that with CVS ?
> FYI, the first time an cvs import is perfectly working as expected, but
> second time it does not work as files that have been removed from new
> release or updated with a conflict are not "synced".
> Hence, how can i do an import on an existing repository with the
> following effects :
> - new files are added in the repositories
> - change in files are applied to the repository (no concurent update
> from the same provider possible, so what is delivered is what should be
> exactly pushed in the repository)
> - deleted files and folder are deleted in the repository
> - up-to-date branch is created with BUILDXXXXXX tag key
> I thought it was "easy" to do, but I am stuck on that since days and
> found no ways to do it ... so any help is welcomed ;-)
> Regards,
> TM
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