I am FAR from an SVN expert... the idea that came to my mind is this:
1) Using SVN, delete the folders/files that are being replaced
2) Insert the new 'folder/file structure'
3) SVN add the new folders/files
4) SVN-Commit the changes
In my head (eek), it seems something that could be done with a batch-file looping through your projects as, I suppose, Zend puts things in the same place every time (isn't that one of the HUGE benefits of a quality framework).
My 1/20 cent (haha),
On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 9:37 AM, Mark Steudel <[address removed]>
I was wondering if you guys had any suggestions on how to update a
really deep folder/file structure. E.g. I have the Zend framework
committed into my repos, and I want to update it with the ��latest
version, but if I just copy the library/Zend folder in, it wipes out
my .svn files, and then I get all sorts of "not working copy" error
messages etc. Any ways to "merge" the new folder/file structure in
without losing any of the .svn stuff?
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