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Re: Renaming only case on Windows

From: <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2003-08-31 11:00:21 CEST

Hi.

> [31.08.2003 01:44:18] Jack Repenning:
> >>$ svn mv file:///repos/trunk/foo file:///repos/trunk/Foo -m "Renamed
> file."
> >>$ svn up
>
> > Here, "rm foo" between the svn commands would have made it all work. Or,
> in
> > general, when you see "obstructed update," you can respond by removing
> or
> > renaming the obstructing file. This is another case of SVN's care not to
> > trash anything of yours.

That's correct. Jack you forgot that the rm left the textbase in the .svn
directory.
That obstructs the update too. Should it do so when there is no equally
named wc file?

> I couldn't get this to work. 'svn up' fails with error:
>
> Restored foo
> svn: Obstructed update
> svn: failed to add file 'Foo': object of the same name already exists
>

Bye,

Erik.

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