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Re: Problem with svn move command on Windows

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-03 14:06:34 CET

On 2/3/06, Roger Lipscombe <rogerl@1e.com> wrote:
> I attempted to move a file from the trunk\Products\Foo30\FooClient directory
> to the trunk\Internal directory (names changed slightly to protect the
> innocent), as follows:
> D:\Source\trunk\Products\Foo30\FooClient>svn move
> update-version.vbs ..\..\..\Internal
> A ..\Internal
> D update-version.vbs
> As you can see, svn moved the file up one directory and renamed it to
> Internal, rather than moving it to the correct location. It appears to have
> ignored the repeated ..\..\..\ bits.

Sorry if this seems like a dumb question, but you only showed the svn
output. Did the file move to the correct location, or does your
filesystem now match the svn output?

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Received on Fri Feb 3 14:08:49 2006

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