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Re: Rename/Copy Not Behaving as Expected

From: Stefan Kng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-06 18:45:27 CEST

Rob Wilkerson wrote:
> I'm not sure if this is a misunderstanding on my part, but I'm trying
> to rename a directory (which contains a lot of files and
> subdirectories) which, as I understand it, is essentially 2
> operations: copy and delete. It looks like the copy part works fine,
> but it's taking the .svn directories with it. That leaves me with a
> new folder by the new name that thinks it's checked out from a
> repository which doesn't know it exists. I've tried to create the new
> directory via rename and I also tried to do a basic copy. Both took
> the .svn folders.

What do you mean with "taking the .svn directories with it"? The renamed
folder should contain an .svn folder too, as should the 'old' folder.
The overlays of the renamed folder should change to 'added', and the old
folder should have the status 'deleted'. You can check the status in the
check-for-modifications dialog.
Then, you can commit the rename by right-clicking on the *parent* folder
of the renamed folder and commit all entries at once.

Stefan

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