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Modifying repos structure

From: jalal <the_jalal_at_fastmail.fm>
Date: 2004-03-13 14:51:30 CET

OK, so I installed subversion, tested it out, imported a bunch of projects to
test them, very nice....

But, I didn't think too much about how to structure the repository and now I
want to make some changes, a little advice would be appreciated.

I started with (simplified):

repos/proj1
------/proj2
------/proj3

and I want to change to:
repos/proj1/trunk/
-------------/tags/
-------------/branch/
etc...

At present repos/proj1/ contains a lot of files and directory structure for
that project and I want to move the whole set of files and stuff into
repos/proj1/trunk/.

Whats the easiest way of doing that?
It seems I want to do 'svn move svn://myserver/repos/proj1/*
svn://myserver/repos/proj1/trunk/' but 'svn move' seems to only move one file
at a time.
I guess I could checkout the project, change the directory structure and then
commit everything but that seems longwinded.

So, whats the simplest way???

TIA
jalal

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