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[TSVN] Re: subversion folders

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_blazepoint.co.uk>
Date: 2004-09-29 10:09:04 CEST

"martin de lange" wrote

In the system I worked on I could just add a folder from Explorer and then
submit and it would create the folder in the repos and put the files into
it. My new setup I add the folder but it still dumps the files in the root
of the repos everytime. I added a folder even in the repos by right
clicking but it still dumps into the root. Obviously when one Checksout
then everything in the repos root gets put into this one working folder.

There are 3 ways to get folders into the repository.

1. If you already have a working copy checked out then you can mark sub
folders to be *added* and they will go into the repository following the
hierarchy of your working copy when you commit.

2. You can create a local folder structure and then *import* into the
repository. In that case, the import dialog allows you to browse the repo to
determine where in the existing structure you want to import to.

3. You can use the repo browser to *create* folders in the repo directly.

These should be documented in the help file/manual, section 4.3


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Received on Wed Sep 29 11:21:05 2004

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