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Re: How do I set my working copy as a version controlled repository?

From: Jody Shumaker <jody.shumaker_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-04-27 04:53:31 CEST

On 4/26/06, Alysum <darkshines_@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> On my local server I have checked out a 11GB SVN repository from the SVN
> server overseas and copied it to different places for different users.
> Those different places are accessible to our windows workstations using
> Samba and this enables us to use tortoiseSVN. What I need to know how to do
> is tell tortoiseSVN that this is a working copy, how can I do this?
> I has all the .svn files inside and svn command line works.
> You understand I did this because I didn't want to checkout the 11GB
> repository several times!
> Many thanks
> --

You do know that you could check it out on one pc, and then copy this
checkout to all the other pc's so each person can still have a
seperate working copy. To get TortoiseSVN working on the network
drive you need to under the TortoiseSVN settings, in "Look &
Feel->Icon Overlays" you need to enable network drives.

- Jody

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Received on Thu Apr 27 04:53:36 2006

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