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How to properly checkout a project?

From: Vincent Poinot <vincent.poinot_at_wanadoo.fr>
Date: 2006-04-12 13:32:41 CEST

I am trying to use subversion and tsvn, and I run into basic problems
that drive me crazy, because they are so basic!

Here is one of them: I have the following structure, on client side:

C:\products\
    \project1
    \project2
    etc.

all these folders (products and projects, and their content) are already
in subversion.

I now want to add a new project:
C:\products\
    \project3

What I did: I created a temporary folder and imported it by
right-clicking it, choosing import, and giving the URL to repository
folder: https://server/svn/pro/trunk/project3.

All files in my temporary folder were imported with no problem, I can
use the repo-browser and see:

https://server/svn/pro/trunk/
    /project1
    /project2
    /project3

Now, I want to checkout my new project in /products/project3, so in the
repo-browser, I right-click on project3, select checkout, and enter the
"C:\products\project3", click "ok", all files are correctly checked out,
they all have this green check that means they are up-to-date, except
the folder itself (project3).

How come? All other project directories (project1, project2, etc.) have
this green check, the folder "products" has this green check, but not
"project3". Why?

Did I do something wrong?

Thanks in advance,

Vincent.

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