I use svn, version 1.0.9 (r11378), as provided by Debian. If I remember correctly, it said something like: Will not remove modified file X, and then stopped updating. Perhaps different clients act differently. I will get through it, one way or the other.
Regards, Simon On Mon, Jul 25, 2005 at 05:09:35PM +0200, Jeremias Maerki wrote: > I've just tried to simulate that scenario here. Here, my file with the > local changes was left alone and now appears as if it were newly added. > I could now merge it into the moved file. I wonder why it stopped > updating on your machine (I've used SVN 1.2.1). Do you get an error > message when the update stops? > > If normal updating and then merging doesn't work, I see no other way > around doing it the hard way. :-( But then, I'm still not the total SVN > expert. > > On 22.07.2005 20:55:36 Simon Pepping wrote: > > I tried out how subversion update reacts to files that were moved in > > the repository and were modified in the working copy. It does not seem > > to be very helpful. It stopped updating until I had moved the changes > > out of the way. > > > > So how do I go about moving my changes? The hard way: create a diff, > > revert the file, svn update and patch the moved file? Or is there an > > easier way? > > > > Jeremias Maerki > -- Simon Pepping home page: http://www.leverkruid.nl