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RE: Question: "cannot replace a directory from within" -- what happened?

From: Jochem Schulenklopper <j.schulenklopper_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-01-10 07:36:31 CET


On 05 Jan 2005 11:26:09 -0600, kfogel@collab.net <kfogel@collab.net> wrote:
[lengthy problem description deleted... search the archives for the
full text --JSc]
> In your old, not-functioning-quite-correctly working copy, does 'grep'
> find any instances of the old repository name?
> 'svn switch --relocate' *should* have done what you expected, I don't
> know why it didn't.

No, grepping did not find instances of the old repository name. I also
don't know what happened.
For your convenience, I'll attach a log of my CLI actions and results,
including the grep. It should be easy to reproduce my case. I'm
curious what you may find (hopefully not an error on my side).

While doing the reproduction, I also noted a difference between SVN
and the same command executed via TSVN. If and when the "svn switch
--relocate" gives an error in SVN (not in the log attached, I
encountered this another time), TSVN does not seem to catch it
properly and reports a successful execution. I'll report that
seperately to dev@t.t.o.

Kind regards,


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