Re: moving my repository the correct way
> > Then I tried dragging the files using repro browser from:
> > https://wush.net/svn/pmd/IF_Firmware
> > to:
> > https://wush.net/svn/pmd/IF_Firmware/trunk
> > Things seemed fine until I tried doing 5 at once, I then got the
> > "You moved more than one file or folder.
> > It's not possible to do that in one step, so
> > TortoiseSVN will move each file/folder
> > individually, creating a new revision for every
> > moved item.
> > Do you still want to do this?"
> > This made me think that I've gone about this all wrong. I have tried to
> > think of the correct way to do this, but I'm really not sure and I don't
> > want to mess it up.
> > Any suggestions would be very much appreciated. Thanks!
> Yes, when you do that directly in the repobrowser, then you end up with
> multiple new revisions (one for each folder you've moved).
> But I guess you already have a working copy of
> https://wush.net/svn/pmd/IF_Firmware ?
> Then you should just move the files/folders in your working copy and
> then commit. Just make sure you right-drag the files/folders and use the
> "move files in Subversion to here" entry in the context menu. Don't just
> move the files/folders the normal way in explorer!
Well that worked perfect, thank you very much!
Received on Mon Dec 12 19:19:34 2005
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