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Re: svn replaced files

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: 2005-10-30 10:05:17 CET

At 09:43 30/10/2005 +0100, Stefan Küng wrote:
>When I try that with the command line, I get the exact same
>So either you're wrong and it's not possible, or you're doing
>something else with the command line client.

I think you're right. I must have been getting confused with this
sequence, which *does* work (but results in a loss of history):
   - svn rm foo
   - rename foo2 to foo outside of SVN
   - svn rm foo2 (if it was in SVN to begin with)
   - svn add foo

Doing an rm/mv as I originally described would be preferable, but
that looks like an SVN feature request rather than a TSVN
problem. My apologies for the confusion.

Gavin Lambert, Mirality Systems
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