Hendrik Maryns schreef:
> Hendrik Maryns schreef:
>> Hendrik Maryns schreef:
>>> I recently moved my svn:// repository from localhost to a machine in the
>>> same network, called coxorange. In the SVN repository exploring
>>> perspective, I relocated the repo svn://localhost to svn://coxorange.
>>> Things went fine, I was able to commit and update, make a tag.
>>> Today, I decided to split a Java package in two packages. I made the
>>> new package, which was initially marked with a ‘?’. I then tried to
>>> move the classes over to the package, but Eclipse gives the error
>>> An exception has been caught while processing the refactorying ‘Move’.
>>> Reason: Problems encountered while moving resources.
>>> At the same time, the svn console shows the following:
>>> svn: Cannot copy to
>>> '/home/hendrik/workspace/MSO/de/uni_tuebingen/sfb/lichtenstein/UI', as
>>> it is not from repository 'svn://coxorange/'; it is from
>>> I tried adding the / at the end of the repo name, but this didn’t help,
>>> instead it split up the repo in three different ones for each project,
>>> but the error message stays the same.
>>> I’d be pleased if someone helped me out of this.
>> Still nobody?
>> I had another problem to which I accidentally found the ‘solution’: I
>> was unable to commit changes to the directory
>> Turns out it had an uncommitted property change for svn:ignore. By
>> deleting this property change, I was able to commit normally.
>> This probably is a bug, but I do not really know how to phrase it,
>> maybe one of the committers here can pick it up?
>> However, the moving of the file is still not possible, still with the
>> same error.
> This seems to be a Subversion bug, since I get the same error on the
> command line. Cross-posting and follow-up to subversion-user, hope to
> get an answer there.
No one? I found this: http://svnkit.com/tracker/view.php?id=176, but it
seems to be Subclipse-specific, where I get it on the command-line also.
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Received on 2008-01-23 10:52:51 CET