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Relocate warning

From: Julien Cugnière <julien.cugniere_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-02-12 12:06:12 CET

Hi all,

Today, when doing a legitimate relocate, I got the relocate warning:

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It seems you are trying to <b>relocate</b> your working copy to a different
path inside the same repository.

From: file:///d:/partage/simulateur.svn
To: file:///D:/dev/simulateur.svn
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"Simulateur.svn" is the directory holding my repository (I know, directories
aren't supposed to have extensions :-), so the relocate is valid, and the
warning shouldn't have been shown.

This is no big deal, and I don't really care as this is only a warning and I
can still perform the relocate. I understand perfectly that the heuristic
behind this warning can never handle all cases, and that you have to draw
the line somewhere, but I thought I'd mention it in case you wanted to
improve it anyway.

Thanks for your work on TSVN!

-- 
Julien Cugnière
Received on Mon Feb 12 12:06:30 2007

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