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Tony Hoyle wrote: > 4. Similar to (3), a directory can contain files from many branches. > Let's say I have a directory a, containing files from branches foo, > bar, and baz, as well as HEAD. I then rename a to b. What happens to > the files from the branches? > > Tony Head/a/file1 Foo/a/file2 bar/a/file3 baz/a/file4 all in working copy /mixed/file1...file4 renamed to *Head/b/file1 Foo/b/file2 bar/b/file3 baz/b/file4* Perhaps the repository directory 'a' contains file1 to file10 in all of the branches, so I believe that you now have moved to *Head/a/file1 *to *Head/b/file1* and *Head/a/file2...file10* remains. I think you will have to look at the files with complete paths. Ideas from SubVersion :-) . Do you think that might be a way? In this way your commit have created a new directory/branch '*b*' containing the files from your working copy, and removed them from the other directories, seems reasonable. /Björn Carlsson http://www.versionsupport.com/