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RE: Subversion Questions/Defects

From: Mark Watts <mwatts3_at_stny.rr.com>
Date: 2003-05-06 01:23:05 CEST

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Philip Martin [mailto:pm@nymx02.mgw.rr.com] On Behalf
> "Mark Watts" <mwatts3@stny.rr.com> writes:

Thanks for your help and I am sorry it has taken so long to respond. Life
always has a way of intruding :)
> > * I have had problems doing a revert (svn revert) on a
> directory after
> > having added sub-directories and files (svn add).
> You will have to provide a more complete description here.
> (Perhaps you just need to use --recursive?)

I did use the --recursive option, however I am no longer able to reproduce
this. Please ignore until I can provide detailed steps.

> > * I work on the windows platform and so far have been running
> > Subversion locally. Having to move back to the drive the
> repository
> > is not because svn does not understand file:// commands
> issued for a
> > repository not on the current drive is a bit of a pain. Is
> this going to be addressed by 1.0?
> > Please understand this is not a huge issue, just a question.
> I don't use Windows, but I thought this worked. Please show
> the command you typed and the error message it produced.
I was failing to use the proper format for the command. I either missed it
in the documentation or it is nt there. Should have been

[merge description sniped]

Thank you very much. This helped clear up a few things for me.


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