Subfolder or Repository Groups not usable

Issue #332 resolved
Kit Kennedy
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We have repository groups set up where we have grouped together tests, client applications, webservices, etc., but when I create a new repository, it automatically creates it in main and I can't move it into the repository group (or subfolder) later. In order to move it, I had go into the server and move the folder directly, then into the repositories config xml file and add "tests/" before the name of the respository to move the respository and make it show up in SCM Manager.

I am loving your SCM Manager, because I am much better with visual GUIs, than with consoles and trying to remember the different commands. Thank you for this.

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  1. Kit Kennedy reporter

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    OK, that works, But maybe a feature would be to make it easier to change after it has already been created. (Drag and drop to the right folder.) Thank you for that.

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