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From: Koen Vermeer <koen_at_vermeer.tv>
Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2008 15:43:10 +0100


I'm just starting with svn, so please be gentle... I followed the book
and created a new repository, and imported some data into
file:///path/project. Then, after reading about the possible layout of a
repository, I decided that I should have imported that data into
file:///path/project/trunk. I tried

svn move file:///path/project file:///path/project/trunk

which didn't work (svn: Cannot move URL 'file:///srv/svn/tst' into
itself) ´╗┐and then

svn move file:///path/project/* file:///path/project/trunk

which also didn't work (svn: Path 'file:///srv/svn/tst/*' does not exist
in revision 1).

So, what is the right way to do this? 'svn list file:///path/project'
does show some files, so there is some data stored there.



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