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"svn co -d" and updates

From: Shaw Terwilliger <sterwill_at_sourcegear.com>
Date: 2001-11-30 16:36:07 CET

Let me first say that I really like the notion of Subversion soon replacing
CVS in most or all of its installations. I think the internal design is
simple and neat, and the team has done a good job focussing on the features
important to developers.

I've been building the svn trees for the last few weeks, and I'm trying to
determine whether the behavior I'm seeing is intended (and I just haven't
found the documentation to let me know).

I check out any tree with the -d option, and supply a name other than
the repository's last component, and svn gets confused when I later do things
like "svn update" inside that tree. The client can't seem to map its
not-quite-maching-the-repository working copy directory name with the file
info inside it.

Shaw Terwilliger <sterwill@sourcegear.com>
SourceGear Corporation
217.356.0105 x 641
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