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Re: relocate problem

From: opto <kbuecher_at_optosolar.com>
Date: Sun, 14 Mar 2010 13:09:10 -0700 (PDT)

some more info:

the svn book clearly marks this to be a relocate, not a switch:

*If the working copy needs to reflect a new directory within the repository,
use just svn switch.
*If the working copy still reflects the same repository directory, but the
location of the repository itself has changed, use svn switch with the
--relocate option.

command line (SlikSvn) doesn't do it either.

If I look into the entries file in my working copy, the path looks slightly
different there:

TSVN and Windows explorer:


entries files in my working copy:

but using this in the command line client doesn't help either.

Check out/ copy working dir into new checkout: possible, but with a deep
directory structure, how do I copy my sourcecode without the svn files?
Manual is not really an option.


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