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updating a file in repository

From: Robert <robertLinux_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2003-11-26 17:31:35 CET


Since nobody answered my question last week I try to explain my problem
in different words. But maybe it was my mail program, I have funny
follow up displays here:(

I have a file in my repository which I want to update from a location
which is not a working copy (yet).

Formerly I used to enter:

svn checkout http://myIP:port/svn/pathtofile/file .

The space+dot told svn not to get any files but to create a working
copy. Today I noticed that this doesn't work anymore. Does my
rememberance fool me or is that changed behavior? svn creates a working
copy but overwrites my local (new) file.

Any hints?


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