Thank you very much for your help.
On Feb 13, 2011, at 9:04 AM, Thorsten Sch├Âning <tschoening_at_am-soft.de> wrote:
> Guten Tag MonicaS,
> am Freitag, 11. Februar 2011 um 22:55 schrieben Sie:
>> If I check with tortoiseSVN or with SVN list to Eng-Tech I get the
> I would think that this means that those directories are folders
> within the repo Eng-Tech, regardless of your file system structure,
> because svn list etc. doesn't combine file system level directories
> and repo level directories in their output. But they should have if
> those to folders where the repos beneath Eng-Tech in your file system.
>> If I check with tortoiseSVN or with SVN list to ABC-SDK I get the
> This should be really the content of the repository itself.
>> This means that A thru C SDKs folder belong to the repository ABC-SDKs
>> and J-SDKs belongs to the J-SDKs repository; and Eng-Tech is empty.
> Maybe I'm wrong but I think Eng-Tech is not empty, but consists the
> folders you wrote first. Maybe Eng-Tech does have content, like the
> other repos unter Eng-Tech in the file system, but thos directories
> aren't used for some reason? Maybe your repos started that way,
> something didn't work as expected and things have changed?
> Are you able to rename the repos beneath Eng-Tech in your file system?
> That way nobody coudl use them anymore and you were really sure what
> is in the repo Eng-Tech and what is not. If you rename name ABC-SDKs
> to ABC-SDKs_ for some seconds, your svn list of Eng-Tech should
> refelct those renamings or it's clear that Eng-Tech does have content,
> the versioned directories ABC-SDKS and J-SDKs.
>> This is why I'm or was confused. I wanted to understand why we have so
>> many repositories. I noticed that some of the repositories are hard
>> links to other file-systems. Maybe this was done because of the disk
>> space... I don't know.
> In any case, your repo structure is not supported and you should
> change it after fully understanding it and possible.
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> Thorsten Sch├Âning
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