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TortoiseSVN is confusing directory trees

From: Tyrone Bekiares <ty_at_tb93.com>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 09:07:33 -0700 (PDT)


I exported a directory tree containing a java project to our SVN repository. The directory tree contained (among other folders), a /classes folder (for compiler .class ojbect files), and a /src folder (containing the actual .java source files).

Both the /classes folder and the /src folder contain a reasonably long directory tree: /classes/com/mot/cgiss/ats/ensemble/XX.class

I then used TortoiseSVN to checkout the entire project. After checkout, when I go to Update the project, TortoiseSVN reports that


is missing (note that the path above is "/classes", not "/src"). If I ok the update, it copies all the XX.java files from the /src tree into the /classes tree. If I then delete the incorrectly placed .java files in /classes and commit the change, the corresponding files in /src are deleted.

If I open the Repo Browsers while browsing


it actually opens in


If I login to the repository via SSH, everything looks fine.

Any idea why TortoiseSVN would be confusing the files in /classes with those in /src?



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