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Re: Change newly made repository path.

From: Tony K. <tony.kruse_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-07 22:16:46 CEST


I wanted to use /home/me/repos to house several different
repositories. However, I originally created the repository in
/home/me/repos but would have preferred it to be in say...

I was not sure if I deleted the (empty) repository and recreated it,
it might leave residual problems of the old location.

I have deleted the empty repository and recreated under a project
repository as described above. All appears to be working O.K.


On 9/7/06, Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c@ryandesign.com> wrote:
> On Sep 7, 2006, at 19:28, Tony K. wrote:
> > I created a repository path but not in the correct location. It
> > should have put in a subdirectory from where it is now.
> >
> > Can I just delete the existing repository directory and create a
> > new one?
> >
> > There is no data in this repository, it was newly created.
> You're talking about where you put the repository itself? Not about
> any paths you created within the repository? Yes, sure, you can
> remove and recreate the repository in the new location if you like.
> You can also just move the repository elsewhere. For example, if you
> did this:
> $ cd /foo
> $ svnadmin create repo
> but you meant to put it under /foo/bar then you could just:
> $ mkdir bar
> $ mv repo bar/

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