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[Subclipse-users] Renaming added but not committed directory

From: Jörg Eichhorn <eichhorn_at_ponton-consulting.de>
Date: 2006-10-24 10:24:30 CEST


i experienced a strange behavior when commiting a file in a folder (e.g.
'folder1') which was created, added to the repository (but not commited)
and renamed (renamed to 'folder2').
This new file is committed to the repository in the folder named like it
was added to the repository ('folder1'). On the local filesystem the
folder is renamed, but it looks like that this change is not passed to
svn, even the svn log show some operation:

add-N D:\src\project\folder1
    A D:/src/project/folder1
delete --force D:/src/project/folder1
    D D:/src/project/folder1
add -N D:\src\project\folder2\file
    A D:/src/project/folder2/file
commit -m "foobar" -N D:/src/project/folder2
    Adding D:/src/project/folder2
    Committed revision 18.
commit -m "foobar" D:/src/project/folder2/file
    Adding D:/src/project/folder2/file
    Transmitting file data ...
    Committed revision 19.

Best regards,
Jörg Eichhorn

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