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RE: Changing File location

From: Dale . Miller
Subject: RE: Changing File location
Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 16:36:36 -0500

Assuming you do not have a /prj/util/com directory
you could do the following:

cd /prj/util/src/java
mv com ../../

then if you do not need the src/java structure you could
continue with:

cd /prj/util
rm -rf src

If you have something un src/java besides com, you do
not want to do the above "rm -rf src" !!!

Be aware that anyone that has src/java/com checked out
of the repository will have problems with their
work areas because the repository file will have moved
for them.  Everyone should have their changes commited
prior to you hacking the repository and then they 
should remove their work areas.  All of their 
CVS/Repository files will be incorrect if you hack the
repository before you they are done.  

Any build areas or export areas that you may have will
also need to be redone.

Dale Miller

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mike Shoemaker [mailto:address@hidden
> Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2002 11:38 AM
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: Changing File location
> Basically I have a directory structure like
> /prj/util/src/java/com/domain/util/
> and I want to change the location to
> /prj/util/com/domain/util/
> FYI, prj/util is the repository name.  I think it might be 
> easier for me to
> create a new repository and then migrate the files that I 
> wan't to the new
> location.  Please advise.
> Thanks In Advance
> Mike
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