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My current path of svn server is

http://file/repo/test

but I want use svn protocol instead of http

svn://file/repo/test to do a SVN sync

what I need to do.

Please help.

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Subversion's default protocol is the svn. http protocol is extented by apache to subversion. You have two options:

1- You can re-fetch whole project by svn co snv://blahblah.net/blah_project blah_project_2 near to old one and continue on new one..

2- You can change server adres by svn command: svn switch --relocate http://blahblah.net/blah_project svn://blahblah.net/blah_project

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i have tried with following command: svn switch --relocate blahblah.net/blah_project svn://blahblah.net/blah_project but it is giving error : no working copy – HellBoy Jan 4 '12 at 5:17
    
Did you give the command in project root folder? – Sencer H. Jan 4 '12 at 10:05

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