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newbe SVN directory structure question.

From: Thomas Miller <clarkesthirdlaw_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2012 22:34:49 -0800

Hi All,
I believe I have TortoiseSVN set up and running on my computer. I can see a revision list of stuff I've commited. My question is: Why doesn't the directory structure in the SVN repository match the path in the "Commit To" dialog box when I check in?
Specifically, I thought I had different folders for "branches tags and trunks" in the SVN repository folder and the trunk folder is definitely part of the path in the commit dialog box (see attached). But in the actual SVN repository there is no folder labelled "trunk". The folders actually present are:
conf, db, hooks and locks.
Where is the trunk folder? And what are the above listed folders used for????
Sorry if the answer to this question seems painfully obvious, but I'm not getting it. Thanks in advance for any answers you can provide.
Tom Miller
Orange County Ca.


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