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Re: how can I change svn path completly?

From: Junedong Kim <june8th_at_ahnlab.com>
Date: 2004-06-03 02:05:22 CEST

I see.
It is obvious that I can not update to old revision after modifying pathname, though I can see old logs.
Well then, is there any way to rename pathname without losing old revisions?
with CVS, I can change cvs pathname by manipulating cvsroot directory structure.

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> | I want to modify path name, not to move repository itself.
> | In my example, http://SVN is repository, and 'xxx' is a pathname and
> 'yyy' is another pathname
> What's wrong with
> svn mv http://SVN/xxx http://SVN/yyy
> ?
> When updating to old revisions don't forget you cannot update a WC
> folder to a revision before it's 'birth'.
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