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Re: relocate problem

From: opto <kbuecher_at_optosolar.com>
Date: Sun, 14 Mar 2010 05:47:18 -0700 (PDT)

Sorry for being not clear.

Old location for repo (as given in Explorer properties of current working
copy): file:///\BUEROK/SVNRep/SVNdotproject (OS of BUEROK was Windows XP).

Old computer Buerok is now out of service. The directory SVNRep has been
copied to the new computer. It and its subfolders are now on drive I:
I:\users\SVNRep\SVNdotproject ( in Vista business.)
SVNRep itself is no repo (no conf dav db ... folders inside it).

If I go to working copy, right click Tortoisesvn-> relocate, I get a message
Asking: From URL (file:///\BUEROK/SVNRep/SVNdotproject ) to: here I can
enter the new.

Using the button to search for the directory, I select and it enters
file:///I:/users/SVNRep/SVNdotproject into the to URL field.

Pressing OK gives the following message:

 it seems you are trying to relocate your working copy to a different path
inside the same repository.
From: file:///\BUEROK/SVNRep/SVNdotproject
To file:///I:/users/SVNRep/SVNdotproject

A relocate is only needed if the path to a repository has changed.
Changing to a different path inside a repositpry is done by a switch

more warnings....

Do you really want to relocate Yes/No
end of message.

If I press yes, it confirms that it has relocated.
But looking in subversion tab in explorer shows that there is still the repo
address of BUEROK.
The same happens if I include the new server name BUEROK1 into the to URL.

On the other hand, the From and To URL are different, so one cannot be
inside the other.
Happens on Tortoisesvn 1.6.7 and 1.6.6.

Do you have any idea what to do?

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