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  1. Hi! Is it possible to create a readonly partial xlink targeting a subfolder inside the same repo that contains this xlink? I'm aware that I could separate code into multiple repos, but my scenario is the following: * I have a few existing libraries (in subfolders) with years of history inside a single repo. * In the subfolder of the main application inside the same repo, I'd want to add xlinks to bin-folders with pre-built binaries from the above libraries (pointing out a specific branch/changeset for each such bin-folder). * I don't want to move the above libraries into separate repos, since that would break the line of history. * Also, I'm interested in the technical limits of xlinks, simply knowing if they can be pointing inside the same repo. If so, they could be used as checked-in replacements for symlinks (on Windows)! And another question: a partial xlink can only be created from the command line, but can it be edited from the GUI (without becoming non-partial) ? Best regards, Göran W.
  2. Some partial xlinks were set up on a repo early on. We are now migrating to a new server. I have replicated the repo to the new server and shut down the old server. I am now unable to checkout the repo from the new server; as I receive the following error No directory is made nor are any files retrieved. This receives the same error when using the client gui How can I fix this issue. Is there a way of just changing the xlink to be relative?
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