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Re: How to relocate??!!

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-12-13 14:38:49 CET

Miha Vitorovic <mvitorovic@nil.si> wrote on 12/13/2005 05:43:22 AM:

> TRhe subject tells it all. How to relocate?
> I moved the repository, and then performed relocate from CLI/tortoise?
> Now Eclipse is confused? How to proceede?

As of Subclipse 0.9.100 you can do the Relocate within Subclipse. Just go
to the SVN Repositories view, right-click on the repository and take the
Relocate option. This updates the repository URL and then relocates all
of the projects in your workspace that used it.

Otherwise, the technique I used to use was to create the new repository
location in Subclipse. Then close Eclipse. Do the relocate in
TortoiseSVN and restart Eclipse. That was all you needed to do. You
could then remove the old location. If you did not create the new
location first all that would happen is that Subclipse would create new
locations for you (based on the full project URL). You could then create
a new location based on a shorter URL and restart. When you open back up
the projects should attach to the shorter URL and you can remove the


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