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Relocate command problem

From: Santiago Conde <santiago_at_plexus.es>
Date: 2005-01-13 10:25:37 CET

Hello

I've been using a GUI client to work with subversion and I've had a little
problem a couple days ago: I was reorganizing my repositories and did a
relocate command on a working copy. In the middle of the process I got an
error about a folder which wasn't locked (a folder that had been deleted,
by the way, so it wasn't inside the working copy). Since that, it looks
like the repository URLs in the working copy are 'mixed'. If I execute a
'repo browser' command it leads me to the right repository (the old one)
but if I do a commit the client says that it can't find the repository URL.

I sent this message to the client program list and they answered that the
problem was in the subversion part.

This is not a big trouble because the changes that I have made since the
problem arose were superfluous and I have made a fresh checkout, but I
liked to know what happened, in the case I have to do a relocating process
ahead.

Thanks in advance
Santi

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