I have this main folder that is a SVN repository here:
C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\htdocs\SkinCare
I changed the path from the previous repository and everything seems to have gone well but there are a few sub-folders that are still pointing to the old location such as this folder:
C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Apache2.2\htdocs\SkinCare\trunk\dev_8\reserve\dev_6\hs
How do I change the other folders to point to the new SVN repository?
When I right-click on the ‘hs’ folder and go to ‘relocate’ I receive this pop-up message:
Should I be using a ‘switch’ or ‘ relocate’?
How do I resolve this problem?
This is how I resolved this problem:
You have to delete all the .svn folders recursively within the folder that you wish to update with regards to the working SVN path. In may case, it was changing from the C directory to the J directory.
Here is how to add your folders to the new SVN repository. Just right-click the main folder (in my case, ‘hs’ folder), select TortoiseSVN->Add. Click OK.
The click OK: