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From: jens <python_gmane_at_jensdiemer.de>
Date: 2006-02-08 12:40:10 CET

Stefan Küng schrieb:
> There are. If you right-drag the files or folders, you will see also
> "Move in Subversion to here", "Copy in Subversion to here", ...
> If you don't see that, then either the source or destination isn't under
> version control (i.e. not a working copy).

You are right nevertheless :)

The destination folder was not in SVN! Because I create it new. But I
did not add the folder to SVN :(

I determined that however only, when I wanted to make a "svn mv" with
the normal SVN.

I received an error svn: Work copy 'PyLucid' is missing or not closed
Then everything was clear to me ;)

Jens Diemer
CMS in pure Python CGI: http://www.pylucid.org
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