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Re: Problem with svn move command on Windows

From: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer_at_2connected.org>
Date: 2006-02-03 18:49:04 CET

On 3-Feb-06, at 10:07 AM, Roger Lipscombe wrote:

>
> Sorry, I'll clarify: svn moved the file to the wrong place.
>
> I was expecting it to move the file
> trunk\Products\Foo30\FooClient\update-version.vbs to
> trunk\Internal\update-version.vbs.
>
> What it did was move the file to trunk\Products\Foo30, renaming it to
> "Internal".

Unless the folder "Internal" already existed, I believe svn did the
right thing.

Keep in mind that "move" is a synonym for "rename"

svn help mv
move (mv, rename, ren): Move and/or rename something in working copy
or repository.

I'm not sure if a trailing path separator after
"Internal" ("Internal/") would make a difference or not.

Scott

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