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RE: Re: How to clean everythink?

From: Bernhard Kleine <bernhard.kleine_at_gmx.net>
Date: Wed, 8 Jun 2016 03:35:46 -0700 (PDT)

> Hi Bernhard,
Hi Stefan,
> Hence, let's first double check that your moved working directory still
> points to the correct repository path:
> - Right click on K:\Buchproject and select Properties -> Subversion
> (*not *TortoiseSVN -> Properties)
> You should see a window like the following one with the URL pointing to
> m:\SVNrepos in your case (aka: something like URL:
> file:///m:/SVNrepos/[someRelPathInsideYourRepository])
> Verify that the path is correct there. If not, you are pointing to a
> wrong path. In this case it's likely you messed up the repository
> structure and due to the relocation operation above now have files
> inside the repository where you didn't want them to be.
> It's hard to resolve that via the mailing list. To resolve the incorrect
> files, you could use the repository browser in TSVN and delete the
> incorrect paths and then relocate your working directory to the proper path.
I noticed that the files in the directory VierteAuflage are all in the repository in M:\svnrepos but the directory itself is not. The seems the reason for the exlamation mark.

How to remedy that?



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Received on 2016-06-08 12:35:54 CEST

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