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RE: [TSVN] Re: Re: subversion folders

From: martin de lange <martin_de_lange_at_xtra.co.nz>
Date: 2004-09-29 13:01:13 CEST

Hi

Would the trunk be the root directory? I got this working but what a
nightmare. Do you know why it does not just copy in the folder hierarchy?
I am an embedded developer so this is not typically my forte. I just
remembered I worked on CVS/tort before and I don't remember having to follow
these procedures and is a nightmare when one is preocupied with other code
matters. No wonder you get paranoi.

Regards
Martin

|-----Original Message-----
|From: news [mailto:news@sea.gmane.org] On Behalf Of Simon Large
|Sent: Wednesday, 29 September 2004 21:39
|To: dev@tortoisesvn.tigris.org
|Subject: [TSVN] Re: Re: subversion folders
|
|"martin de lange" wrote
|> I have two folders for example with one file in each. I right
|> click on both folders to import individually. After that the two files
|that
|> were in the working folders are now both in the repos root. It does not
|> create a folder hierarchy in the repos at all. I tried adding the
|folders
|> also so there must be some option somewhere that stops this from working
|
|The doc has been clarified recently, but you will only see that in the
|nightly build version (link on website), not RC2.
|
|When you import, the *content* of the folder will be imported (including
|any
|sub-folder hierarchy) but not the folder itself. I think this is what is
|causing the confusion.
|
|If you want your repo to look like:
|
|trunk
| Project1
| File1
| File2
| Project2
| File3
| File4
|
|One way to do it is to use repo browser to create trunk, then create
|subfolders Project1 and Project2.
|
|Now go to your local drive and import the Project1 folder into
|/path/to/repos/trunk/Project1
|
|Note that the folder you imported is *not* your working copy, and is not
|controlled by SVN. To get a working copy, you need to checkout your newly
|created structure into an empty working folder.
|
|What I usually do is move my original unversioned folder to an archive area
|and also copy it into C:\Temp\Project1. Then I clean up the temp version to
|remove object files, etc. and import it. I then create a new folder for my
|WC and check out from the repository. When I am happy that I have
|everything
|working, I delete the temp folder, and (eventually) the unversioned
|archive.
|
|For a fresh project, you will not need to go through the paranoia stages
|above, but for an existing project, I want to be very sure I haven't
|forgotten anything before I delete the unversioned data!
|
|Simon
|
|
|
|
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