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repository question

From: Jack Huang <HuangJ_at_masirv.com>
Date: 2001-11-26 21:51:42 CET

Hello again,

At the moment I have release 442, and have successfully compiled and
installed it with all adjunct programs like Berkeley DB and Neon. I am
having problem adding files to repository (if I even have one set up at
all). When I enter:

svn add foo.c

I get no such file or directory ./.svn/entries. My guess is that when I
checkout files, these directory and file are created; but since I never
check out, they aren't. So my question is:

- How do I create a repository? Do I do like CVS, where I export a
directory $CVSROOT, and all incoming adds will go into this directory?

I have went thorugh the info pages in doc, but couldn't find the solution.

Thanks for your help


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