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Re: Tortoise SVN Change Commit to/Repository Location??

From: Nathan Tuggy <bugzilla_at_nathan.tuggycomputer.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Jan 2010 17:25:20 -0800

On 2010-01-29 15:30, West415 wrote:
> Hi,
> I have two problems that I am looking for help on.
> 1. I am trying to commit some files but it always tries to commit them to
> this old repository I had with some subversion hosting company months ago.
> How can I modify the settings so when I right-click and choose "commit" that
> it goes to the Repository URL of my choice, from within TortoiseSVN it
> doesn't let me specify the URL anymore it seems.

Explorer context-menu, TortoiseSVN submenu, Relocate… should do what you
need -- this command "relocates" the working copy's repository metadata
to expect a new repository.
> 2. I have a folder in my site structure x:\wwwroot\sitename and the sitename
> folder is the top-level folder in my site, it has the white checkmark, but
> when I try to do a commit, it doesn't do a recursive look-up to find other
> folders/files that need to be committed also, it seems like it only commits
> files/folders for the level it's at.

To the best of my knowledge, commit only commits files and folders
modified in and under the current directory. I.e., it won't go up to
look for other modified files, nor go "sideways" to find siblings that
need committing, or even children of siblings (or any other relation
either). Is it not recursing downward through its own children?
> Any help highly appreciated.
> Thanks,
> -ws

Nathan Tuggy
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