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Re: svn.externals to path outside the project

From: Milen A. Radev <milen_at_radev.net>
Date: 2006-04-04 11:01:13 CEST

On 04/04/06, uwe_maucher@ifm-electronic.com
<uwe_maucher@ifm-electronic.com> wrote:
> Hi @ all,
>
> i'm new to this groupe so i hope i didnt make any mistakes. I got following problem I have
> several projects witch use the same Libarys eg.:
>
> C:\ProjectsSVN\Prj1
> C:\ProjectsSVN\Prj2
> C:\ProjectsSVN\Prj3
> C:\ProjectsSVN\Libarys\Lib1
> C:\ProjectsSVN\Libarys\Lib2
>
> until now i didnt use the svn:externals property but after a while i thought it were a
> good idea =), so i try to import the Lib1 in Prj1 in the properties of the folder
> C:\ProjectsSVN\Prj1 I entered:
>
> svn:externals
> ../Libarys/Lib1 http://svnrepos/Libarys/Lib1/trunk
>
> but i get the error:
>
> Invalid svn:externals property on C:\ProjectsSVN\Prj1: target involves '.' or '..' or is
> an absolut path. So ... how can i save the Libarys in a 'Topfolder' for all Projects i
> didnt want to make an subfolder in each project ... or is this bad practise?

Have you read the relevant chapter(s) from the SVN Book e.g.
"Externals Definitions"
(http://svnbook.red-bean.com/nightly/en/svn.advanced.externals.html) ?

--
Milen A. Radev
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