|Subject:||Updating Old Repository|
|Date:||Wed, 20 Jun 2007 08:03:02 -0400|
I have an out of date repository that I want to make current with the latest versions of code that are in production. I’m thinking create a sandbox with all the code checked out and mark all the files for edit. Overlay the code from the official production environment then commit everything. What would happen to code that is new?
All of the version in the repository are currently 1.x, is there a way to create a version 2.1 for all of the code old or new and stat building from there.
Alternatively I could just create a new repository and keep the old one around just-in-case.
Any suggestions greatly appreciated.
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