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Re: moving files in a smarter way

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-10 16:23:07 CEST

On 10/10/06, hilz <hs_74@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I asked this question on the tortoisesvn list but it seems is it a svn
> issue, so i will ask again here.
> If i move versioned files on one machine from one directory to another
> and commit, everything works fine...
> Now on another machine, when i do an update, the files are fetched again
> from the server. Why isn't svn smart enough to know that these files
> already exist on that machine in a different location, and just move
> them locally to the new location without actually fetching them again
> from server?

Because a move is - currently - modelled as a Delete + Add, which is
what the new client is receiving. Because of the Add, it also needs
the new content.

This is currently being worked on ('Implement true renames'), but it's
a multi-stage project which needs a lot of work before effects can be
seen on the client side.



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