On Sun, Aug 29, 2010 at 12:07 AM, Fred Krogh <fkrogh_at_mathalacarte.com>wrote:
> I'm new to subversion or in fact to any version control system and
> evidently have some error in my mind set when reading documents and
> trying to get subversion to work. I'm using a gentoo linux system and
> believe I have everything necessary installed. I started with the command
> svnadmin create /m/svn/repos
> Call that step 1. Then for step 2 I did
> svn import d1func.f90 file:///m/svn/repos/quadrature
> and that brings up emacs (my usual editor) with a file called
> svn-commit.tmp, which I type something in, and then close it. That
> didn't seem to get anything into the repository. I want to have a
> project called quadrature and I suspect I'm missing something between
> step 1 and step 2. Any help appreciated. Thanks,
Didn't you get some error message from the svn client?
Maybe what's missing is a step to create the "quadrature" directory in the
before you try to import a file into that directory.
one way to do it: svn mkdir file:///m/svn/repos/quadrature -m "Creating
(the "-m ..." part will skip the emacs opening up)
another way is to import the entire directory, assuming it exists the way
you want it in the repository.
Received on 2010-08-30 07:49:22 CEST