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Re: What does "Cannot replace a directory from within" mean?

From: Daniel Serodio <daniel.listas_at_xxx.com.br>
Date: 2006-01-13 18:57:56 CET

Paul Koning wrote:
>>>>>> "Daniel" == Daniel Serodio <daniel.listas@xxx.com.br> writes:
> Daniel> I have multiple projects on my (1.2.3) repository, with the
> Daniel> following layout:
> Daniel> projectA/ branches/ tags/ trunk/ projectB/ branches/ tags/
> Daniel> trunk/ ...
> Daniel> I had "projectA" checked out, and renamed it (on the
> Daniel> repository) remotely. Then I relocated my working copy to
> Daniel> this new location.
> Daniel> When I try to update my working copy, I get an "Cannot
> Daniel> replace a directory from within" error. What does this mean?
> Did you misspell the filename? I got that error message when I
> mistyped the URL in a switch command.
Unfortunately, no, I just double-checked it. I can checkout from the URL
output from "svn info" on the relocated working copy without problems.

Daniel Serodio

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