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How to move files from within one URL to within another?

From: x nooby <xnooby_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-09-23 20:44:21 CEST

I need to move the files from one URL to another URL

I have a bunch of directories and files located at
this URL:

   svn://myserver.myhost.com/svnrepo/trunk/myclient

I want to move the files to this URL:

   svn://myserver.myhost.com/svnrepo/myclient/trunk

When I do this command:

   svn move \
   svn://myserver.myhost.com/svnrepo/trunk/myclient/*
\
   svn://myserver.myhost.com/svnrepo/myclient/trunk/

The error I get is:

   svn: Path
'svn://myserver.myhost.com/svnrepo/trunk/myclient/*'
   does not exist in revision 1269

I *can* move the entire direcotry, like this:

   svn move \
   svn://myserver.myhost.com/svnrepo/trunk/myclient/ \
   svn://myserver.myhost.com/svnrepo/myclient/trunk/

But that results in myclient going here:

  
svn://myserver.myhost.com/svnrepo/myclient/trunk/myclient

Is there a way to move the contents of a URL to
another URL? I thought it should work like copying
the files from one directory to another on a
hard-disk, but it doesn't like the "*".

thanks!

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