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Re: relocate problem

From: opto <kbuecher_at_optosolar.com>
Date: Sun, 14 Mar 2010 12:25:56 -0700 (PDT)

Ron Wilson-4 wrote:
> 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.

Well, I could try switch, but I am reluctant to do so because what I need is
not a switch per description in the help files.

Server BUEROK does no longer exist, so the path on BUEROK1 cannot really be
a part of a repository on BUEROK.
Why does Tortoisesvn think it is?

I am aware that I can check out and then copy the new files over (if I find
them all, and if I don't forget to add some of the new). So it would be
better to relocate.

And, in case I do the process right and it actually doesn't work: I am not
so sure whether I really want to give my sourcecode to a repository which I
sometimes cannot connect to. There is a grumbling feeling: at the moment, I
have all my code extra as plain text. But consider it sits in a repo and I
cannot get it out (or in, as now). Seems to be one of the largest possible
problems imaginable.

but thanks for your suggestion,


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