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RE: Local copy incorrectly checks in to two different branches

Author "Bob Archer" <Bob dot Archer at amsi dot com>
Full name "Bob Archer" <Bob dot Archer at amsi dot com>
Date 2009-01-23 06:51:13 PST
Message All your message have come through. Sometimes it takes a few minutes
before newly entered messages show up in the google groups online
viewer. Just be patient. Your messages are getting through.

 

Now, I would go back to my original suggestion.

 

1. Rename your current working copy (WC).
2. Do a new checkout.
3. Copy changed from old WC to new one. You can use beyond compare
or similar tool to do this. Make sure not to copy any .svn folders or
contents.
4. Done.

 

BOb

 

 

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From: Charles Worm [mailto:charles dot worm at gmail dot com]
Sent: Thursday, January 22, 2009 8:21 PM
To: users at tortoisesvn dot tigris dot org
Subject: Local copy incorrectly checks in to two different branches

 

Pulling my hair out here. Google Groups doesn't seem to be working
properly. Posting says it works but it's not, nor or my last visit time
updating so everything has become static.

 

Anyway, this is an attempt to reply for the 6th time to the topic I
started, but this time via e-mail instead of Google Groups

 

On Jan 23, 4:08 am, Dave Lawrence <dlawre...@ad-hol​dings.co.uk> wrote:

> Bob Archer wrote:

> >> You could use a patch to do that. Create a patch from your current

> >> copy, apply it to the new copy.

>

> > That's a lot of work, isn't it? Just get a clean checkout then copy
your

> > modified files from the bad checkout to the new one.

>

> Is it?

> 1) TortoiseSVN->Create patch (from old copy)

> 2) Click "copy to clipboard"

> 3) TortoiseSVN->Apply patch (to new copy)

> 4) Click "load from clip board"

> 5) Click "patch all"

 

Unfortunately patching won't work as my copy was successfully committed,
it's just that half my changes went to the wrong branch.

 

Is it safe to export the old copy, then copy the exported files over the
new copy and then commit?
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Local copy incorrectly checks in to two different branches Charles Worm <charles dot worm at gmail dot com> Charles Worm <charles dot worm at gmail dot com> 2009-01-22 17:21:10 PST
     Re: Local copy incorrectly checks in to two different branches jeanmarc Jean-Marc van Leerdam 2009-01-23 01:20:21 PST
     RE: Local copy incorrectly checks in to two different branches "Bob Archer" <Bob dot Archer at amsi dot com> "Bob Archer" <Bob dot Archer at amsi dot com> 2009-01-23 06:51:13 PST
         Re: Local copy incorrectly checks in to two different branches Dave Lawrence <dlawrence at ad-holdings dot co dot uk> Dave Lawrence <dlawrence at ad-holdings dot co dot uk> 2009-01-23 06:57:40 PST
             RE: Local copy incorrectly checks in to two different branches "Bob Archer" <Bob dot Archer at amsi dot com> "Bob Archer" <Bob dot Archer at amsi dot com> 2009-01-23 07:27:31 PST
                 Re: Local copy incorrectly checks in to two different branches Dave Lawrence <dlawrence at ad-holdings dot co dot uk> Dave Lawrence <dlawrence at ad-holdings dot co dot uk> 2009-01-23 07:35:38 PST
                     Re: Local copy incorrectly checks in to two different branches Charles Worm <charles dot worm at gmail dot com> Charles Worm <charles dot worm at gmail dot com> 2009-01-25 13:46:44 PST
                         Re: Local copy incorrectly checks in to two different branches Charles Worm <charles dot worm at gmail dot com> Charles Worm <charles dot worm at gmail dot com> 2009-01-27 22:22:20 PST
                             Re: Local copy incorrectly checks in to two different branches Kurt Pruenner <leak at gmx dot at> Kurt Pruenner <leak at gmx dot at> 2009-01-28 01:25:17 PST
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