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Re: [Subclipse-users] subclipse enhancement

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-02-16 14:37:35 CET

Daniel Serodio <daniel.listas@xxx.com.br> wrote on 02/16/2006 07:59:08 AM:

> > the underlying Subversion API does not support. For example, I know
there
> > was a time when you could not copy/move something twice without a
commit
> > in between.
> >
> "There was a time"? Does this mean that it's currently possible? I just
> tried renaming a file twice with the 1.2.3 commandline client, and it
> complained. eg: "foo.txt" is committed, then I ran "svn mv foo.txt
> bar.txt", followed by "svn mv bar.txt baz.txt":

Whether it works or not is up to the Subversion API. I said "there was a
time" because it always possible for a future version of Subversion to
remove the restriction and for all I know they might have did so in 1.3.0.

As an example, I know that JavaSVN contains a "smart move" API that can do
stuff like this, but AFAIK, they did not expose that feature via the move
API which we use. I believe they kept that API consistent with JavaHL.
The point is that it is possible if the API is just enhanced to allow it.

Mark

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