On Oct 7, 2008, at 19:26, Mike Summers wrote:
> Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Oct 7, 2008, at 18:12, Mike Summers wrote:
>> > Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> >> On Oct 6, 2008, at 22:06, Mike Summers wrote:
>> >>> Is there anyway to change a file's repository path?
>> >>> I have two repositories and due to a stray soft link a couple of
>> >>> files are pointed at the wrong repository.
>> >> Can you elaborate on the problem? Are we talking about files
>> >> within the repository directory, such as the revision and revision
>> >> property files in db/revs and db/revprops, or what? If they're in
>> >> the wrong place, just move them to the right place, although I
>> >> don't see how the got to the wrong place initially.
>> > Project foo, file /x/y/z.source, repository path svn://localhost/
>> > opt/foo/trunk
>> > Project bar, file /a/b/c/link.to.z.source, repository path svn://
>> > localhost/opt/bar/trunk
>> > When I commit foo, it tells me it's going to save z.source as /bar/
>> > trunk/a/b/c/z.source... I'm assuming this is due to the stray soft
>> > link in bar that was at some point committed.
>> > What I'd like to do is get z.source committed in project foo's
>> > trunk.
>> Have you tried just checking out new working copies? It sounds like
>> your foo working copy thinks it is a working copy of bar. Just check
>> out new ones, manually move over your changed files, commit, and
>> throw away the old working copies.
> There are only two files under foo that are affected, the other 480
> files in foo behave just fine.
Run "svn info" in the directories of the affected files. Does the
repository URL reflect repository foo or repository bar?
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Received on 2008-10-08 02:31:51 CEST