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AW: Problem with renaming a branch

From: von Bargen, Joergen <Joergen.vonBargen_at_SARTORIUS.com>
Date: 2007-09-06 08:26:25 CEST

Yeah, thanks a lot
It worked ;-)

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Von: Ryan Schmidt [mailto:subversion-2007b@ryandesign.com]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 6. September 2007 05:55
An: von Bargen, Joergen
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Betreff: Re: Problem with renaming a branch

On Sep 5, 2007, at 07:36, von Bargen, Joergen wrote:

> In a very large project I've tried to rename a lot of stuff via
> scripting and at a specific point I always get an error.
> I could reduce the problem to a single commmand and get it
> reproduceable.
> Use the attached makefile _in_an_empty_folder_ and you'll get the
> error.


I've not tried your script. But:

> svn co --non-recursive $(REPOS_PATH) $(TMP_PATH)
> svn co --non-recursive $(REPOS_PATH)/proj $(TMP_PATH)/
> proj
> svn co --non-recursive $(REPOS_PATH)/proj/branches $(TMP_PATH)/
> proj/branches
> svn co --ignore-externals $(REPOS_PATH)/proj/trunk $(TMP_PATH)/
> proj/trunk

That's not how to do what you want to do. Instead, you should:

        svn co --non-recursive $(REPOS_PATH) $(TMP_PATH)
        svn up --non-recursive $(TMP_PATH)/proj
        svn up --non-recursive $(TMP_PATH)/proj/branches
        svn up --ignore-externals $(TMP_PATH)/proj/trunk

Maybe that will help you.


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