Andy Levy wrote:
> On Mon, May 12, 2008 at 12:45 PM, jhaynes <jdhaynes_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I am running VisualSVN Server on a Windows 2003 Server box. I have a
>> repository called src. I need it to be named IES. I have successfully
>> gone into Windows Explorer and changed the name of the src folder to
>> IES. I then go into VisualSVN Server and click to refresh the view of
>> the repositories and the name of the src repo changes to IES. My
>> question is - did I do this right? Can I just rename repositories by
>> changing the name in Windows Explorer?
> Depending upon how you've configured the server, yes. In some cases
> you may have to change the server configuration to know about the
> changed name.
> You'll need to svn switch your WCs to reconnect them with this new URL.
No, you don't have to "switch" your WCs to the new URL, you have to
"Relocate" them! Relocate is a different command than "switch" (yes, the
command line client has this as a 'sub' command of 'switch', but it's
internally a completely different command and that's why TSVN also has
this as a different command).
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Received on 2008-05-12 20:13:30 CEST