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Re: copy command with SvnAnt strange behavior

From: CÚdric Chabanois <cchabanois_at_no-log.org>
Date: 2004-09-21 23:45:24 CEST

CÚdric Chabanois wrote:

> I tried to do what you did using svn command line and I got the same
> behaviour you described.
> I think we can nothing about that here (this is svn behaviour).
> I asked your question to subversion mailing list.
> CÚdric

Here is the answer I got for now
This is expected behavior... if the destination already exists and is a
directory, then the source is copied inside of that directory. It's the
same way the Unix 'cp' and Windows 'copy' commands work.

I think you should first create the remote directory using mkdir and
then use copy to copy to this directory.

Received on Wed Sep 22 07:45:24 2004

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