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RE: Changing the method in existing projects after server problem

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Aug 2009 10:14:57 -0400

> The server hosting subversion screwed up it's RAID 1 controller setup,
> and I have moved everything (without data loss) to a new system.
> On the old server, I accessed the subversion repository using the svn:
> method, on the new server it is done using http:, mainly because Ubuntu
> has this as a default and there are no instructions on getting the svn:
> method to set up.
> Problem is, the .svn folders in the code are still pointing to svn:. Is
> there an easy and quick way to changing all these svn: access methods
> to
> http:. I know it can be done by checking out and adding back changes
> but
> that is not quick and easy.
> Thanks
> Sander van der Wal
> mBrain Software, Leiden, The Netherlands
> KvK-nummer:28088252
> www.mBrainSoftware.com

I am pretty sure the svn switch URL --relocate will resolve this.



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