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Problem updating working copy...

From: John Szakmeister <jszakmeister_at_actelesys.com>
Date: 2003-04-28 22:08:25 CEST

I ran into an interesting problem, which may be my fault, but I thought I'd
put it out there just in case. I created a test repository called 'test'
and a directory under it called 'a'. I checked out 'a' onto my local drive
under a directory of the same name. I then added and commited a file called
'file.txt' under this directory. Then I did an svn mv to rename the
directory from 'a' to 'b' and tried to update my working copy. It failed
with the following as the error:

svn: Filesystem has no item
svn: file not found: revision `3', path `/a'

I'm using a Windows XP machine with SVN 0.21.0 and ra_local. Here is a list
of commands I used on my D: drive in a directory called 'tmp':

md repo
svnadmin create repo/test
svn mkdir -m "" file:///d:/tmp/repo/test/a
svn co file:///d:/tmp/repo/test/a a
echo 1 > a\file.txt
svn add a/file.txt
svn ci -m "" a
svn up a
svn mv -m "" file:///d:/tmp/repo/test/a file:///d:/tmp/repo/test/b
svn up a

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