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Re: [Subclipse-users] Moving multiple files from multiple directories into a single directory

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-08-01 21:49:07 CEST

Graham Anderson <grahama1970@gmail.com> wrote on 08/01/2006 03:42:48 PM:

> I have a project that ballooned out of control.
> I have a 100+ files scattered all over the workspace that I want to
> movie into a 'misc' folder
> It appears that working within the SVN Repository view is a bit slow
> and there appears to be no option-click delete/move of multiple files
> Within Subclipse, what is the best way to:
> * Create a misc folder [this I can do :)]
> * Option-click multiple files [not in the same directory] to move
> into the newly created misc folder

The best way to do this is to Checkout the project. Then create the
folder you want (if it isn't already created), and do Team -> Add to
Version Control. Then just drag and drop the files to this folder.
Finally do Team -> Commit from the root folder so that both sides of the
"move" are committed.

In other words, the easiest and best way to do this, is to do it locally
and then commit. Do not try to do it against the repository.


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Received on Tue Aug 1 21:55:38 2006

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