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Re: Moving stuff from one place to another...

From: Yimin Rong <yiminrong_at_yahoo.ca>
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2008 08:39:45 -0700 (PDT)

On Jun 27, 10:33 am, "Simon Large" <simon.tortoise..._at_googlemail.com>
> 2008/6/27 Yimin Rong <yiminr..._at_yahoo.ca>:
> > If I can't see them in one repository window, does that mean they are
> > in separate repositories? They are both under svn://serverx, it would
> > seem to me to be the same place.
> Yes. The repository browser will show the repository root as the top
> node. You can't navigate up above that point. If you cannot find all
> the folders you need below that point then they are not in the same
> repository. The fact that they all start with svn://serverx simply
> means that they are accessed using the same server, but one server can
> serve many repositories.
> Simon

Thank you for your help. It would be great if this information - i.e.
how to determine if repositories are connected, and that it isn't
possible to move between repositories via TortoiseSVN - were in the
documentation somewhere. A good place would be ``Copying/Moving/
Renaming Files and Folders``. While the documentation subtly implies
moving is allowed only within a single repository, it's easy to miss,
especially if one's command of English isn't perfect. Regards, Yimin

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