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How to copy files from one branch to another from SVN CLI or TortoiseSVN?


How to copy files from one branch to another from SVN CLI or TortoiseSVN?

By : Sundar Thapa
Date : January 10 2021, 01:47 PM
To fix this issue If the versions of the file in both branches have a common ancestor (so their content is mostly similar) and you want to propagate the changes, you probably want to be performing a merge.
This is a complicated subject, and there are many ways to go about it, so you probably want to read what the SVN book has to say on the topic.
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Can you commit an existing working copy to a new branch using TortoiseSVN?

Can you commit an existing working copy to a new branch using TortoiseSVN?


By : Len
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem I've got a working copy that I checkout of the trunk and I have made quite a few changes and would prefer to commit back to a branch instead of the trunk (from which is was checked out from). , Select Branch/tag... and select the working copy radio button,
Single file in a working copy (branch) pointing to trunk under TortoiseSVN?

Single file in a working copy (branch) pointing to trunk under TortoiseSVN?


By : user1970694
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? I've managed to fix this by using the SVN switch command on the single file and correctly point it to the branch.
Not sure why this happened, it seems when TortoiseSVN created the branch and switched the working copy it did not switch this one single file.
TortoiseSVN: copy contents of one branch over another

TortoiseSVN: copy contents of one branch over another


By : Jbellieri
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps SVN is transactional - a delete and copy (not add!) would not be problematic. And beta would be a proper branch (or better a tag)
TortoiseSVN - push only a subset of modified files to branch while leaving the rest

TortoiseSVN - push only a subset of modified files to branch while leaving the rest


By : Jahangir Alam
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue There seem to be two solutions:
Download trunk and replace the required files. Of course this should only be done if you are absolutely sure that the modifications don't break anything. Since I made a recent update of my branch (today actually) I'm sure that there are no problems with the modifications. Commit all changes except the ones you want to push to trunk, switch to trunk, commit the specific files there and then switch back to your own branch
Merging specific files in TortoiseSVN / branch practices

Merging specific files in TortoiseSVN / branch practices


By : user3172487
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help I have a personal branch in which I work on multiple features concurrently. Having completed a feature, I'd like to merge relevant files back into trunk, and I can't work out how. Merge will unilaterally merge everything, and if I want any kind of granularity I have to go through the interface flow one file at a time. ,
Am I just doing it wrong?
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