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Re: Confusing behaviour with import

From: François Beausoleil <fbeausoleil_at_ftml.net>
Date: 2004-09-21 14:24:52 CEST

Runge.External2@infineon.com wrote:
> Hi *,
> I just came to the following issue:
> Imagine a small project called 'testprj' with two files, 'test1.c' and
> 'test2.c', that reside inside the folder testprj/
> testprj/
> |- test1.c
> |- test2.c
> when doing an 'svn import testprj/ <repos>', the files test1.c and
> test2.c get imported directly into <repos> without creating the folder
> testprj in <repos>. This behaviour can be seen in the various GUI tools,
> too. You mark 'testprj', say import to <repos>, and testprj/ is not
> imported, only the two files.

If you do svn import . <repos>, what would you expect ? The command I
wrote is the exact same command as yours, except mine needs to be in the
right folder for that to work.

Hope that helps,

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Received on Tue Sep 21 14:30:42 2004

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