RE: Is there a clean way to move a-project to a-project/trunk
> From: Rice Yeh [mailto:riceyeh_at_gmail.com]
> I am trying to separate my project a-project into a-project/trunk and
> a-project/branches. First, I like to move a-project to a-project/trunk.
> But this is not allowed since trunk is inside a-project. I might first
> move a-project to tmp and then move tmp to a-project/trunk. But the tmp
> directory is created in repository and this seems not elegant. Is there
> a clean way to do this?
First, ensure everyone has done all their commits. You're about to modify
every file, so you would cause conflicts for any un-committed changes people
svn mkdir trunk
svn mv * trunk
svn commit -m 'moved to trunk'
And then everyone does "svn update"
Received on 2010-09-29 16:13:22 CEST
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