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Re: repository creation woes

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: 2006-08-18 02:15:19 CEST

Quoth Andy Dingfelder:
> IMHO In an idea world, I should be able to do all this without VNC, and
> just select a menu item called "create remote repository" and it would
> handle making the trunk/tags/branches structure as well
> Since it is quite trivial to add a new module to CVS remotely, I am
> going to have a tough time selling SVN to my co-workers if they have to
> do all this to add new repositories.

I usually just do 'svnadmin create
\\servername\share\path\to\repo\root\reponame' from my local machine.
You need the console tools installed for this, though.

To create the trunk/tags/branches structure, you can use the
Repo-Browser, although bear in mind that this will create one revision
for each directory you make. If you want all three in a single revision
then you'll have to do either the checkout/mkdir/commit or the import
thing. All of that can be done from the client machine too.

I usually only create 'trunk' off the bat, and only create tags/branches
folders once I actually want to make a tag or branch. But that's partly
because they are mostly the exception rather than the rule for most of
the stuff I'm working on. YMMV.

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