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Re: revision graph question

From: Jody Shumaker <jody.shumaker_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-12 00:51:38 CET

> Simon,
> So how come it works when you're creating a branch?
> when creating a branch, the branch directory does not exist yet, but it
> is still created, and the whole trunk is copied over to this new
> directory. or am i missing something here?

When creating a branch you're copying /trunk to /branches/branch-name,
 and likely /branches/ exists already. If /branches/ did not exist,
you'd get the same error. The issue is that the target location for
the copy of the directory or file must already exist, much like in a
normal file system. I guess it would be really handy if it
automatically created directories you listed that didn't exist yet

- Jody

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