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RE: Extracting old revisions after a project has moved in the repository

From: Paul Spain <PaulSpain_at_flagship.com.au>
Date: 2004-06-23 09:22:23 CEST

Sorry, I should have added:
Using subversion v1.0.6 on remote repository (Windows XP Pro SP1)
Using subversion v1.0.1 on local repository in illustrated example
(Windows XP Pro SP1)

Thanks, Paul.

> We have a repository which originally looked like:
> file:///c:/repository/myProject
> We now have a requirement for branches and tags, so I created 'trunk',
> 'branch' and 'tags' directories and moved myProject below trunk, viz:
> svn -m"creating trunk" mkdir file:///c:/repository/trunk
> svn -m"moving below trunk" move file://c:/repository/myProject

PS Also, typo in above line. Should be: svn -m"moving below trunk" move

> file:///c:/repository/trunk/myProject

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