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RE: moving project to a new repository

From: Jan Hendrik <list.jan.hendrik_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2009 21:02:21 +0100

Concerning RE: moving project to a new reposit
Bob Archer wrote on 4 Mar 2009, 10:47, at least in part:

> You should teach your users to check out just the project they are
> working on rather than the entire repository. Also, with TSVN you can
> open the repo browser and use show log in just the project, folder,
> file you want to look at very easily.

No need to use repo browser, just right-clock the respective folder
or file in your favorite filemanager*, show log and other SVN
commands just sit there waiting for you...

> Also, you can refactor your repository without moving from one repo to
> another. Just use svn mv as needed. Or, if you are using TSVN it is
> even easier to do this in the repo browser.

Again, this can be done w/o repo browser, too, by holding the right
mouse key while dragging & dropping in filemanager*.

* I suppose it works in filemanagers in general, I can only speak for
TotalCommander, no idea about WinExplorer et al.

Freedom quote:

     Freedom suppressed and again regained bites
     with keener fangs than freedom never endangered.
               -- Marcus Tullius Cicero


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