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Re: relocate problem

From: Ron Wilson <ronw.mrmx_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 14 Mar 2010 13:04:12 -0400

You can try using Switch as the warning message suggested. However, at
this time you may need to just create a new working copy by doing a
Check Out from the repo at its new location.

Any uncommitted changes from your old working copy can then be copied
or merged with the latest revisions of the corresponding files in the
new working copy.

FYI, Since I so rarely need to relocate a repo, I have made this same
mistake a few times over the years, however, each time, I follow the
recommendation of the warning message.

On Sun, Mar 14, 2010 at 8:47 AM, opto <kbuecher_at_optosolar.com> wrote:
> Old location for repo (as given in Explorer properties of current working
> copy): file:///\BUEROK/SVNRep/SVNdotproject (OS of  BUEROK was Windows XP).
> 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
> Pressing OK gives the following message:
>it seems you are trying to relocate your working copy to a different path
> inside the same repository.


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