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From Clay Leeds <>
Subject Re: References to
Date Fri, 29 Oct 2004 19:00:53 GMT
On Oct 29, 2004, at 11:44 AM, Ross Gardler wrote:
> Clay Leeds wrote:
>>> Yes, that'd be good to do.  It's probably not necessary to change  
>>> our filenames, and then we won't have to worry about broken links  
>>> :-)
>> BTW, is it too late to change the name of the plugin  
>> from "" to ""? That way, our plugin can  
>> have the proper name, and when we specify the Forrest's  
>> plugin in, it can be specified as  
>> "plugins/"
> No, it's not too late, thanks for you vigilance, I'll do it when I get  
> time to lookup in the svn book how to change the name of a directory  
> (hint)
> Ross

Here's a link I found ins some Google Results[2].

> Defrog,
> Older clients that support both CVS and SVN tend to do the delete and  
> then add which loses the history but is compatible with both CVS and  
> SVN.
> Newer (usually SVN only clients) have a "move" command which works out  
> to:
> svn move "Old Name.cpp" NewName.cpp
> which perserves the history. Note that before this svn command can be  
> issued, the actual file operation must be done, like so:
> move "Old Name.cpp" NewName.cpp
> Another possibility is that people who have a lot of experience with  
> CVS still use thier clients like they would with a CVS repository  
> (actually telling the client to remove the file and then add it back  
> into the tree).
>  Not that it really matters to me how we do it, and we don't have a  
> lot of important history to keep. I'm just looking forward to the "no  
> space" names

[2] (read the complete brief[!] thread for good info...the juicy part  
is at the bottom) 

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