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Re: Error moving files

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-01-21 06:42:18 CET

On Jan 20, 2007, at 22:38, Jing Xue wrote:

> (Ubuntu, Subclipse 1.0.4, subversion 1.4.2, svn server runs in a
> Windows
> box)
>
> I'm trying to refactor a Java package by moving files from one
> directory
> to another. The target directory is newly created. I first tried to
> use
> Eclipse's refactor/move but got this error message:
>
> svn: Cannot copy to '/home/user/the-target-dir', as it is not from
> repository
> 'svn://192.168.0.114'; it is from 'svn://192.168.0.114/'"
>
> So I'm confused as the two urls above seem to be identical to me.

Well, one ends with a slash; one doesn't. Though I don't know why.

> I also tried to do "svn move" on commandline but got the same error
> message.
>
> Any pointers? Thanks.

No idea. Sorry.

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