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Re: Error moving file

From: <jxue01_at_digizenstudio.com>
Date: 2007-01-27 18:15:06 CET

On Sat, Jan 27, 2007 at 03:45:53PM +0530, Ramanathan Muthaiah wrote:
> >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.
> >
> >I also tried to do "svn move" on commandline but got the same error
> >message.
> From the SVN book (v1.3),
>
> svn move SRC DST
>
> This can be done between WC-> WC and URL->URL but you cannot mix WC and URL.
>
> Would you mind posting the command that you tried on command line ?

The command I manually executed was something along the lines of:
svn move /home/user/workspace/proj/src/ui/MainApp.java
/home/user/workspace/proj/src/com/digizen/ui/MainApp.java

Subclipse gave me the same error with a similar command.

Sorry I can't provide more details, as it was almost a week ago. Oddly -
and perhaps fortunately - I was able to sidestep the issue, by moving
the file to another directory (just another java package directory), and
then moving from there to the actual target directory. There was no
problem at all when I did it that way.

Beats me...

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