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Re: Cached links to old reposotory location

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-06-19 15:08:43 CEST

On 19/06/07, John Nolan <johnnonolan@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> "When you move a repository you have to
> 1. use the 'Relocate' command on all working copies that refer to that repo.
> 2. update any svn:externals references that point to the old location.
> It sounds as if you have done (2) but not (1)."
> Those were my thoughts... I've relocated the working copies and updated the
> externals.
> I even got a fresh WC from the repository on my collegaues machine made the
> changes and still got the commit error when commiting from the folder
> level...

Sounds like a server config error then. Just to be clear, you
physically moved the repository folder to a new location, as opposed
to creating a new location inside the same repository and moving the
project there?

Does svnserve know about the new location? Presumably it can't also
see the old location?


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