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RE: svn copy question

From: Yanghui Bian <ybi_at_vitesse.com>
Date: 2003-05-22 11:23:02 CEST

Yes. I tried the below trick.
$ svn copy . http://p1/repos/tags/westlake_111
But failed. Sorry I cannot remember the error information.

Best regards,

Yanghui Bian
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-----Original Message-----
From: Sander Striker [mailto:striker@apache.org]
Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2003 11:15
To: Yanghui Bian; dev@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: RE: svn copy question

> From: Yanghui Bian [mailto:ybi@vitesse.com]
> Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2003 11:08 AM

> Thanks. Let me clarify it below:
> D:\test is a normal directory, which is empty. I checked out the westlake from the repository.
> Thus now I have something in D:\test. It is westlake: D:\test\westlake. So D:\test is not revisioned but D:\test\westlake
> is revisioned.
> I did something modification in my working copy. But I don't want to commit it to the trunk as it
> needs to be verified by my colleague.

But you do want those mods to go to /tags/westlake_111 ?
> I try to use SVN COPY's WC->URL as stated in the manual
> WC -> WC Copy and schedule an item for addition (with history).
> WC -> URL Immediately commit a copy of WC to URL.
> URL -> WC Check out URL into WC, and schedule it for addition.
> URL -> URL Complete server-side copy. This is usually used to branch and tag.
> Under directory D:\test
> $ svn copy westlake http://p1/repos/tags/westlake_111
> But failed.

Ah, yes. Try this:

In directory D:\test\westlake
$ svn copy . http://p1/repos/tags/westlake_111
> I did another try:
> checkout http://p1/repos/trunk
> goes to project westlake, do local changes
> Under directory trunk:
> $ svn copy westlake http://p1/repos/tags/westlake_111
> It works.
> I have no idea why it doesn't work in the first case. Does it due to that SVN is a tree revisioned tool?

No, because subversion checks to see if you are talking about versioned resources. This
could be viewed as a bug, since d:\test\westlake is certainly a working copy, although d:\test
is not (which is why the is_working_copy check is failing).


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