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Re: How to rename one file ?

From: L.Guo <leaveye.guo_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-29 08:29:06 CEST


Not only old work copy occurs the problem, the new checkout copy is the same.

I am an XP user, and turn to TSVN from svn.

Now I have no svn downloaded.

Do I need download one new, or use command line TSVN supports ?

Now the disease of my TSVN is, for any file, the TSVN sub-menu is lost. Which is fine for folders.


From: Jean-Marc van Leerdam
At: 2007-05-29 13:24:08
Subject: Re: How to rename one file ?


On 29/05/07, L.Guo <leaveye.guo@gmail.com> wrote:
Eventhough I rename '_svn' to '.svn' to make TSVN happy, and it is successfully parsed.
What should I do then ?

Looks like your working copy may not be completely functional. Try a fresh checkout in another folder from the same repository. If the problem persists, try giving the move command via the SVN command line client and see if that presents some useful error message.

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