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Re: Renaming SVN Projects

From: <Mike_McAngus_at_wendys.com>
Date: 2006-09-21 22:27:58 CEST

Thanks to everyone who replied so far.

Obviously, I did not make myself clear enough.

When I first tried to rename the project, I got the following response:
$svn mv http://svnServ/svn/WeNetCommon http://svnServ/svn/Proj1-Deprecated
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svn'
svn: PROPFIND of '/svn': 403 Forbidden (http://svnServ)

That is why I posted my question.

On the file system, our SVN repository is set up as:

/SVN/
    repos/
        Proj1/
            branches
            tags
            trunk
        Proj2/
            branches
            tags
            trunk
        Proj3/
            branches
            tags
            trunk

Access to SVN is via an Apache web server where http://svnServ/svn maps to
/SVN/repos on the SVN Server.

When we create new projects, we create them in the repos directory. Note:
 This means there is no /SVN/repos/.svn directory.

Perhaps I am stating this incorrectly. Are we actually creating separate
Repositories under the repos directory?

Should I have actually asked about renaming repositories?

Mike McAngus
Associate Chief Engineer, Web and Integration Development
Wendy's International, Inc.
Received on Thu Sep 21 22:28:40 2006

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