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Re: "Cannot replace a directory from within"

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-12-04 14:21:20 CET

Please keep replies on the mailing list.

Joel Alexandre wrote:
> Thanks,
> i have already done that.
> What do you mean by, "this url does not exist at this revision" and how
> did you find it out?
> Does it mean that for something stange the revision 389 was removed
> from the repository? It has no logic.
> Thanks again.
> Joel
> Max Bowsher wrote:
>> Joel Alexandre wrote:
>>> here is svn info
>>> this one is from the copy i'm having trouble with.
>> Well, something weird has happened here, because...
>>> joel@debian:~/avalweb/source/mojavi$ svn info
>>> Path: .
>>> URL: svn://subversion.mojavi.org/mojavi/branches/3.0.0-DEV/source/mojavi
>> ...this URL...
>>> Repository UUID: e95a6bba-27e3-0310-a5e3-dd4ea391cf5c
>>> Revision: 389
>> ...does not exist at this revision!!!
>> I don't know what happened here, so I suggest you just extract any
>> local mods with "svn diff", apply them to a fresh WC, and erase the
>> old one.

OK, I've worked out what's going on here.

At r433, the mojavi repository was reorganized. I think what happened was
that the first /mojavi/ path component went from being a path *within* the
repository to being the name of the repository itself. This made existing
WCs somewhat confused, hence the weirdness you saw.


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