On 18.04.2014 23:32, franc walter wrote:
> in early versions of SVN it was not possible to change folders name
> without deleting all subcontent and commit all content again with
> just new folder name.
> E.g.: I have a folder with name "oldfoldername" and this folder
> contains many subfolders and the content of about 1 GB data. If I
> rename this folder in svn now to "newfoldername" through TortoiseSVN
> will this delete the old folder and upload all content with new
> foldername, so add just another 1 GB to the repository? Or would it
> just rename the folder and won't upload anything?
> I tried this but stopped then when I saw in the list that all files
> would be deleted. I cannot upload (and donwload later) 1 GB of data.
> If this is like this, is there another possibiltiy to change a
> folders name without big up and download?
When you rename or move files/folders with the appropriate svn command,
then you will see those in the commit dialog as deleted (old name/path)
and added (new name/path).
But the added also show a "+" in their added state, meaning it's "added
with history", i.e. it's not a real add but an add from history.
Subversion handles those very effective, meaning it only records the
move/rename and not the full delete/add.
In short: you can do the rename and not worry about committing or
downloading the full GB again.
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Received on 2014-04-19 16:03:59 CEST