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Re: Tortoise SVN commits duplicate copy of working directory

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 15 May 2017 19:45:23 +0200

On 15.05.2017 12:20, Rowan Sylvester-Bradley wrote:
> I have my working directory in \\SUE-PC\C-Users\RowanB\Documents\Inetpub\www.sylvesterbradley.org\source.
> I copied the whole of this directory to a new directory \\SUE-PC\C-Users\RowanB\Documents\Inetpub\www.sylvesterbradley.org\source - Copy (2)
> I then tried to commit the original working copy, and it seemed to be committing both of the above folders. How does Tortoise SVN know where the working directory is? I wonder if it is something to do with the .svn directory that is inside the working copy. Maybe I should have deleted this from the copy?

Yes, the .svn directory contains the info where a working copy is
committed to.


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