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Checking for misdirected subfolders?

From: John M. Black <johnmblack_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2008 14:23:12 -0400

Imagine a repo where you have
   trunk/subfolderA/subfolderB
and also
   branches/branch1/subfolderA/subfolderB
and they are nearly identical.

Then imagine you did a Switch on your WC for the "trunk" folder, to
"branch1". This should be a relatively simple operation.

But I just did something like this, and it failed 2/3 of the way through.
Now I've noticed that SOME of the subfolders (very, very deep subfolders)
are not pointing to the right repo. It's almost like I have the following:

   WC / [branch1]subfolderA / [trunk]subfolderB

Cleanup and update doesn't do anything. In fact, no mods are reported, so
SVN must think everything is OK.

Is there any command or procedure I can use to detect or correct the
misdirected subfolders?

This is a very large project that takes more than an hour to build from
scratch, so deleting all and checking out again is really not an option for
me.

Thanks,

-John
Received on 2008-03-27 19:23:23 CET

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