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Re: Tagging a directory

From: Matthias Fechner <idefix_at_fechner.net>
Date: 2005-07-28 10:30:38 CEST

Hello Scott,

* Scott Palmer <scott.palmer@2connected.org> [27-07-05 16:29]:
> Sounds like what happens when there is a mixed-case issue with a file
> name. I see from teh backslashes that you are on Windows where the
> filesystem is not case sensitive. Check the filenames in the repo
> with 'svn ls URL' to make sure that there are no files that differ
> only by case. (e.g. Doxyfile and DoxyFile)

at home under linux it is working fine and svn ls URL says, that there
is a file Doxyfile in the right place.

I will try to reproduce this on monday at work with my windows machine.

Ah i found now, that something was wrong in the tagging, maybe a fault
of my command.
I have the following structure:
 and a lot of directories and files
At the tagging i want to tag the aopbmk directory with all
subdirectories to tags/realease-0.1.

Im not sure what command i executed but i thing it was:
svn copy svn+ssh://user@host/dir/repo/trunk/aopbmk

and it seems, that something here goes wrong.
I have in tags/release-0.1 the following structure now:

it seems, that svn copied the directories to tags/release-0.1/aopbmk
and tags/release-0.1/.

What is here the right command, to tag it correctly and can i easily
delete the wrong directories in release-0.1?

I dont want to blow up my repository.

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Received on Thu Jul 28 10:33:52 2005

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