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Re: Log command for directory 'file1' is mislocated

From: A. L. <trimante_at_yahoo.it>
Date: Wed, 8 Apr 2009 08:27:53 +0000 (GMT)

Hi to All!

> Andrey Repin wrote:
> Checkout your project to different place, and port any changes you have done
> to it, then commit from fresh working copy.

Of course I'm asking if it's possible to fix this problem without the need of re-checkout all the project.
It's a really big project and it lies inside a complicated directory structure that holds lots of unversioned files that will be quite complicated to rebuild.
Of course I'm prepared to hear the answer "not, it's impossibile" but what I'm wondering if your answer is the "simple and clean way" rather than "the only one"... in this case I'd be glad to discover a "tricky and complicated" way to try fix my actual working copy.
Thanks in advance for the effort.

> Andrey Repin wrote:
> And please write new message next time, instead of hijacking nonrelated
> conversation.

I fear I don't understand what this means, please can you explain me what was wrong?
I hope I didn't messed up with the mailing list messages and I beg you pardon in that case.



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