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RE: Trying to share project fails with no error message

From: Jake C <buddhabuddy_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-16 02:19:44 CET

That works, but that is what I'm trying to avoid. Our project is nearly
10,000 files, many of them large binary files. That's going to suck having
to download that over my DSL at home, instead of downloading a zip,
extracting it, and attaching it to the repository.

I also couldn't get TortoiseSVN to do it, either. It just has checkout and
import, and import fails saying the project already exists.

>Hey Jake,
>perhaps you could rename your current project, check out the svn version,
>and then clobber the old > files with your changes from the renamed
Received on Thu Dec 16 12:19:44 2004

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