I had to reformat my PC from scratch. I restored my backup data, including a directory containing SVN repositories and a directory containing check-outs of those repositories. These check-outs contain work that has not been checked-in yet.
When I try to check-in, SVN dumps error messages. I could trace it to the fact that I have changed the location of these directories from:
Yes, I choose a different user account name when re-installing my machine. And yes, svn does not manage to fall back on its feet.
How can I solve this issue? I checked the content of files located in
.svn hidden repositories and it seems like they contain lines such as:
I was thinking may be I could use a tool to scan those files and replace
JVerstry. Is such a tool available for Windows 7? And is this a good idea?
I turns out that my issues are deeper than described above. Some of my
.svn directories seem corrupted + some directories seem to be locked and cannot be unlocked (SVN dumps error messages...) + some directories are missing in the
/db directory of every repository.