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Re: [TSVN] Branch/Tag not consistent with SVN command line

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-01-22 09:03:08 CET

matthew ford wrote:

> When I branch using SVN
> svn copy svn://localhost/ForwardRepository/CodeSections/trunk \
> svn://localhost/ForwardRepository/CodeSections/branches/my-branch \
> -m "Creating a private branch of /CodeSections/trunk."
> I get to contents of the trunk dir copied to my-branch dir on the repos
> However when I use
> TSVN right click on the dir trunk check out and choose Branch/Tag and
> specify
> svn://localhost/ForwardRepository/CodeSections/branches/my-branch
> I get
> svn://localhost/ForwardRepository/CodeSections/branches/my-branch/trunk/ ...
> in the repos

If you do that again with the command line client, you'll get the same
behaviour. It's not TSVN's fault this time ;)
The reason why you get the /trunk in your branch is that the target
branch already exists. If it doesn't yet exist, you get the same
behaviour with TSVN as you would expect.
I've already reported that to the Subversion mailing list, an issue
about this is opened. So let's wait and see...


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