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Re: overwrite/convert a working directory

From: Phillip Susi <psusi_at_cfl.rr.com>
Date: 2006-03-03 21:44:14 CET

Well yes, if you tell it to replace the entire folder, then I suppose
you get what you ask for, though that's rather unexpected and counter
intuitive. Does it offer another option? On most other guis if you do
this you get a copy/merge, and are usually prompted for each conflicting
file to replace or keep. What if rather than move the folder you
explicitly copy and paste?

Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> Well, if you have a folder foo, and you take a second folder foo and try
> to put it into the same directory as the first folder foo, the Finder
> will ask if you want to replace the first folder foo, and if you say
> yes, then it will dutifully comply and replace the first foo with the
> second foo. That is, it will delete the first foo and whatever was in
> it, and then the second foo will be there. So if the first foo contained
> .svn directories and the second foo doesn't, then you can expect that
> there won't be any .svn directories there when you finish. Perfectly
> normal, perfectly expected, perfectly non-broken.

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