On 3/21/2006 4:49 PM, Res Pons wrote:
> Ok, thanks and just to confirm... Generic * asterisks are not acceptable or
> translated by SVN to mean build6* means anthing that starts with build6?
Right. svn is designed following the Unix conventions that commands
don't see the asterisks, they're expanded by the shell.
> And I have to write my script cp or mv cmnd verbatim, meang svn mv
> ~/tags/build680 ~/tags/newfolder/ ?
Did you mean the ~ literally? That looks like a working copy move,
which would imply you have all your tags checked out. I was assuming
you'd do a repository move, with full URLs specified for both source and
dest. I think a repository move would be a lot faster.
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> On 3/21/2006 3:20 PM, Res Pons wrote:
>> Hi everyone :)
>> In one of my projects, I used to do my tagging right under the tags
>> subfolder. Recently, I created a subdirectory under my projects tags
>> subfolder matching each release name and I'd like to clean up by moving all
>> these other tags into the subfolder. With Tortoise Repo Browser, I find
>> this agonizingly slow as it won't allow me to do batch moves or copies but
>> painstakingly and slowly 1 by 1.
>> Is there anyway through the svn cmd line I could do a mass copy as follows:
>> svn mv http://blah/blah/tags/build*
> I'd just build up a script of 1 by 1 moves, start it up, and go for a
> coffee, or lunch, or home to sleep, depending how slow "agonizing" is. You
> can use "svn ls http://blah/blah/tags/" to get some raw material for the
> Duncan Murdoch
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