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Re: problem running svn command

From: Robin Becker <robin_at_reportlab.com>
Date: 2005-07-08 11:27:39 CEST

Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:

> On Fri, Jul 08, 2005 at 03:50:50AM -0400,
> Dale Strickler <DaleStrickler@DirecWay.com> wrote a message of 28 lines
which said:
>
>
......

> Not tested but:
>
> for file in start-directory/*; do
> svn rename $file other-directory/$file
> done
> svn commit -m '25 files renamed in one commit'
>
>
..... this seems to assume that you have a common ancestor in the working
repository. Quite often I want to perform this move

\branch1\f --> \branch2\f

and since they have no common ancestor this seems to fail when you try the
commit on both \branch1 & \branch2 (at least on windows).

-- 
Robin Becker
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