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Re: Logics?

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Sat, 19 Apr 2008 21:28:30 +0100

On 19/04/2008, Jay Newman <jaynews2002_at_yahoo.se> wrote:
> So i have created trunc/branches and tags directory in my new repository.
>
> Now, i need to create a sandbox (workspace). So i just should check out the "repository/trunc" right? Not the whole repository?

Correct, that is the normal approach.

> And then when i tag or branch my project i just check out "tags/release_1.0.

Or you can switch your working copy to the tag temporarily.

> Is this the correct way of working?
>
> Also, is there any difference between a "tag" or a "branch" in SVN? Itīs seems to be just a defenetion issue.

That's correct. There is no real difference, just conventional usage.

> I have a MySQL DB located in "C:\wamp\mysql\data\backend" is there a way to include those files in my repository so i can comit/update changes done to the datbases? My project is located in "C:\project\prj".

This article describes out to 'import in place', ie how to make an
existing directory become a subversion working copy.

http://tortoisesvn.net/node/248

Seriously, have you read the manual/help file? The questions you are
asking seem so basic that it implies you have not really tried to find
the answers yourself.

Simon

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