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Re: Is "relocate --force" available in TortoiseSVN?

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Thu, 4 Jun 2009 14:36:25 +0100

2009/6/4 Martin Bischoff <tinu44_at_gmail.com>:
> I have merged some existing repositories into a new repository (using
> svnadmin dump/load) and am now trying to relocate the working copies
> to the new repository.
> This results in an error, because the UUID of the new repository does
> not match with the working copy.
> I read that the command line client supports a "--force" option to
> allow relocating the working copy in such cases.

I'm not sure that would work in your case because it is not the same
repository with a different UUID but a completely different
repository. OK, it contains the same history as your old repository,
but the merging means that all the revision numbers will be different.
There would be no way for subversion to update your existing working
copy because although the WC thinks it is on r123 that doesn't
correspond to what the repository knows as r123. Fresh checkout is the
only way to go.


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