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Re: Any way to re-map working copy?

From: Dennis Forcier <dmforcier_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2009 17:10:16 -0500

Okay, this is getting confusing. Is this a bug?

I'm trying to create a tag from my working copy of proj_X/trunk/server. In
Team I select Branches/Tags... enter the URL 'proj_X/tags/serverTag', select
'Create copy in the repository from: Working Copy', select 'Switch working
copy to new branch/tag', and I get this:

copy D:/workspaces/server https://x.y.x:8443/svn/proj_X/tags/serverTag
    Adding D:/workspaces/server
    Adding D:/workspaces/server/.classpath
    Adding D:/workspaces/server/.project
    Adding D:/workspaces/server/src
    Adding D:/workspaces/server/src/com/Class.java
    RA layer file already exists
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: File '/svn/proj_X/tags/serverTag/src/com/Class.java' already exists

It does? It wasn't in the list of what was previously added to serverTag.
After the error I go into SVN Repository Explorer and refresh, but there is
nothing in the tag folder.



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