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RE: [Subclipse-users] Coping without the .SVN dir

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-08-10 18:45:18 CEST

"LIRA Olavo" <Olavo.LIRA@gemalto.com> wrote on 08/10/2006 12:13:09 PM:

> >I wouldn't even consider adding a third option, but if someone wants to
> >hack up the existing options into a wizard that moves the options into
> the
> >wizard they could do that.
> >I would argue that the majority of time when items are copied within a
> >project you would want to use svn copy to retain the history as part of
> >the copy.
> But when you do such a copy it's not only the history that comes but
> also the URL and when I try to do a commit it says that there are 2
> files with the same URL, even if they are in different paths now, one in
> the original path and the other where I copied, that is the why I posted
> the suggestion. Or am I doing something else wrong? Thanks

That would happen if you do an Eclipse copy, but not if you do Team ->


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