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Re: Change a file's repository path?

From: Mike Summers <Mike_at_miscanthus.net>
Date: Tue, 07 Oct 2008 18:12:36 -0500
Project foo, file /x/y/z.source, repository path svn://localhost/opt/foo/trunk
Project bar, file /a/b/c/link.to.z.source, repository path svn://localhost/opt/bar/trunk

When I commit foo, it tells me it's going to save z.source as /bar/trunk/a/b/c/z.source... I'm assuming this is due to the stray soft link in bar that was at some point committed.

What I'd like to do is get z.source committed in project foo's trunk.

Ryan Schmidt wrote:

On Oct 6, 2008, at 22:06, Mike Summers wrote:

Is there anyway to change a file's repository path?

I have two repositories and due to a stray soft link a couple of files are pointed at the wrong repository.

Can you elaborate on the problem? Are we talking about files within the repository directory, such as the revision and revision property files in db/revs and db/revprops, or what? If they're in the wrong place, just move them to the right place, although I don't see how the got to the wrong place initially.

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