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Re: Re[2]: Ckeckout and repository location

From: Miha Vitorovic <mvitorovic_at_nil.si>
Date: 2005-04-19 09:33:20 CEST

Ronald Sacher <sacher@manetmail.de> wrote on 18.04.2005 16:57:24:

> Sorry Jan,
> I'm not that into version control (not having any experiences with
> branching). I just read on this list that Subclipse needs the
> root-url. Mark Phippard wrote 5 days ago:
> "Yes, there are some cases where it is needed. As a recent example, I
> fixed a bug in retrieving log history by changing the code to just ask
> the root URL for the history since you do not need to ask a specific
> path when you are just retrieving the history of one revision."
> Ronald
> on Montag, 18. April 2005 at 16:07 yor wrote:
> >> why don't you set the URL to http://somepc/svn/repos/myproject and
> >> root-URL to http://somepc/svn/repos ?
> > Thanks Ronald, but what will this do? I still don't understand what is
> > purpose of root URL. In standalone SVN client there is nothing
> > And BTW, Sublicpse is aware about "trunk/tags/branches" structure?What
> > happen if I will name them "body/tag/vetve"?

Hi all,

Trying to understand the subclipse better, I'm following this thread, but
I am somehow lost when it comes to this root-URL thing. Before asking
this, I have searched the web [a little], but I can't seem to find it
explained, i.e. what exactly it does and where it is configured. Could you
give some more direct pointers for the newbie :)


  Miha Vitorovic
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Received on Tue Apr 19 17:33:20 2005

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