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Re: Latest Win32 binaries

From: Stefan Reichör <xsteve_at_riic.at>
Date: 2001-10-11 13:42:28 CEST

Kevin Pilch-Bisson <kevin@pilch-bisson.net> writes:

> On Thu, Oct 11, 2001 at 10:26:32AM +0200, Stefan Reich?r wrote:
> > Hi,
>> I am new to svn.
>> I want to use it locally under windows.
>
> Well, be careful. It isn't even alpha yet, especially under windows.
I know :)
> >
>> First I created a repository with:
>> > svnadmin create d:\svn
>> that worked.
>
> Good.
> >
>> Now I want to import some files to the repository, I tried:
>> > svn import d:/svn/test test
>> -- > Unrecognized URL scheme: d:\svn\test
>
> Repositories have to be specified as URL's. So for you example it would be
> "svn import file:///d:/svn/test test"
>
I tried the following commands:
[e:\ftp\cvs\svn\tst] svn import file:///d:/svn/test test

--> svn_error: #21067 : <Bad URL passed to RA layer>
--> svn_ra_local__split_URL: URL does not contain `file://' prefix

[e:\ftp\cvs\svn\tst]svn import file://d:/svn/test test

--> svn_error: #21067 : <Bad URL passed to RA layer>
--> svn_ra_local__split_URL: URL does not contain `file://' prefix

I have no idea what I should try else.

> Just as to do it remotely would be(was when we went self hosting).
>
> "svn import http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk import-tree"
> >
>> How do I specify a local repository?
>>
>> Stefan.
>
> Hope that helps. You might also want to look at the beginnings of a user
> manual which can be found in the svn source tree under doc/user.

Stefan.

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