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I copied to much...or in the wrong way

From: Göran Törnquist <goran_at_cortland.se>
Date: 2006-08-01 22:38:51 CEST

I'm just starting to get the warm fuzzy feeling
when it comes to understanding the basics of

I recently copied a directory belonging to
another repository and thought that my "svn add"
would make it forget the .svn directory items
being present. I was proved wrong.

This is what I did:

cp projectA/files/module1 projectB/files/module2

Now I have "svn info" of projectB/files/module2 telling me that the URL is
URL: http://svnserver.example.com/svn/projectA/files/module1 instead of
URL: http://svnserver.example.com/svn/projectB/files/module2

How would I either clean the directory structure
from subversion info, or rather just add it to
the current repository?



Göran Törnquist
0733-86 04 70
Cortland AB
Sjökarbyvägen 23
184 34 Åkersberga
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