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Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> It sounds like you're trying to combine an "svn switch" and an "svn
> switch --relocate" in a single operation, which I don't think you can do.
> Since you've done an incorrect "svn switch --relocate", we should first
> undo that:
> # Undo first relocate
> svn switch --relocate https://domain/proj/trunk file:///svn/proj
> Now, I would do this:
> # Relocate the working copy to point at https://domain instead of
> svn switch --relocate file:///svn https://domain
> # Now switch to the new location of proj/subdir
> svn switch https://domain/svn/proj/trunk/subdir
I undo(ed?) my operation and in the new repos at https but prior to that
I made the paths be the same, so my starting point was
file:///repos/proj/subdir matched https://domain/svn/repos/proj/subdir
svn switch --relocate file:///repos https://domain/svn/repos
but from this point on my WC still gives me errors with my repos, e.g.
svn: REPORT request failed on '/svn/repos/!svn/vcc/default'
Cannot replace a directory from within
Maybe I have this problems because I'm doing this all in a subdirectory
of the checkout? I was doing this for safety reason, the project is so
big and before --relocate would change all URLs in all .svn/entries I
started with a simple directory which only has a few files in it.
So in reality I was operating from
doing all the operations above.
I verified .svn/entries inside this directory all the time and the url
in <entry> was always pointing to a valid repos destination (be it
file:/// or https:/// ).
- - Markus
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Received on Tue Jul 4 12:43:40 2006