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Re: Problems with Rename/move command

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-01-09 18:31:47 CET

On Jan 9, 2007, at 09:14, Camilo Arango wrote:

> I am trying to move one project in my repository to another location
> using the "Rename/move command" in subclipse, and I always get the
> following error in the console:
>
> move -m "" -r HEAD svn://svnserver/project/trunk/project1
> svn://svnserver/toolbox/trunk/project1
> svn: Path 'svn://svnserver/project/trunk/project1' does not
> exist in revision 55
>
> The curious thing is that revision 55 does exist... I just made a
> checkout. What is wrong?

Since this is the Subversion list and not the Subclipse list, let's
take Subclipse out of the equation and just use svn commands.

What is the URL to the thing you want to rename? <URL1>

What is the URL that you want it to become? <URL2>

Try this on the command line:

svn mv <URL1> <URL2> -m "renaming <OLDNAME> to <NEWNAME>"

(replacing the placeholders as appropriate)

If it still says the path does not exist in your HEAD revision, then
I would venture to say that it is correct. Use "svn ls" to list the
contents of your repository and find out what path your project is
actually at.

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