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Re: Re[2]: Slow "move" discourages refactoring.

From: GMane <patrickrusk_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2003-11-27 17:32:04 CET

> Hmmm... But why?! Is it `known bug' or `real feature'? If I want to
> copy & delete, I could call svn copy & svn delete. And If I want to
> _move_, I call svn move.
> Why different ways to point SAME objects (some files via wcpath or
> same files via URL) lead to different operations? Is here any good
> reason to have this difference?

    Probably. If you bear in mind that svn is designed to do many operations
like "svn revert" without needing to contact the repository, you can come up
with good reasons why there might need to be administrative information and
text-base files in both the originating and target directories.

Pat Rusk

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