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Re: Moving a directory

From: Hakan Koseoglu <hakan.koseoglu_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-28 18:51:03 CEST

Hi Mike,

> I should have said I am using TortoiseSVN and didn't see a Move option.
> There was a relocate but it there was a scary warning.
That's true! TortoiseSVN I have installed on my Windows machine
doesn't have a move command. On the other I believe hand they have
their own users mailing group. I just assumed you meant svn command

TortoiseSVN's relocate is a synonym of svn's command "switch
--relocate" and it is not a move command. It is used when your
repository is re-arranged and you want to switch to the new URL so
you did the right thing by not using relocate.

Simply switch means use an other branch, switch --relocate means the
location of the server has changed, update my configuration so that it
poinst to the right place. I bet the SVN book is actually much
clearer than I am so here's the link: http://svnbook.red-bean.com/

Hakan (m1fcj)
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