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Invalid editor anchoring - log of failing sequence

From: Giovanni Moretti <Giovanni_at_reflections.co.nz>
Date: 2004-05-13 13:36:22 CEST

Here's the same sequence I used last time, but now built from the command
line with a single directory with one file (authentication stuff altered)
but otherwise verbatim except for **** comment lines


= Using Windows svnServer v1.02 & 1.01 client (different PCs =
**** Create a Junk directory and put a file in it
D:\>md test
D:\>dir > test\junk.txt

D:\>svn import -m "Initial checkin" test svn://SVNServer/Research/Test
Authentication realm: <svn://SVNServer:3690> Users's Repository
Password for 'User':
Authentication realm: <svn://SVNServer:3690> User's Repository
Username: me
Password for 'me': ***********
Adding test\junk.txt

Committed revision 46.

**** Removed the "test" directory using Windows

D:\>svn checkout svn://SVNServer/Research/Test
A Test\junk.txt
Checked out revision 46.

**** The next is really all on one line
D:\>svn move -m "Repo Move" svn://SVNServer/Research/Test

Committed revision 47.

D:\>cd test

D:\Test>svn switch --relocate svn://SVNServer/Research/Test

**** Used TortoiseSVN to commit a file to another part of
**** the repository forcing the revision number up to 48.
**** Not sure why but thought that this may be important!

D:\Test>svn update
svn: Invalid editor anchoring; at least one of the input paths
is not a directory and there was no source entry

======== Contents of .svn/entries ==========================
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

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