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Re: Newbie - Why it creates so much folders?

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: 2006-10-11 04:28:00 CEST

Quoth Rohan Chandane:
> Hi friends, I started using tortoiseSVN just before 2-3 days and
> learning it how to make use of it in my project. I made one account for
> project on http://code.google.com/hosting/ By clicking on 'Create a new
> project' I created new project in google. I got SVN checkout URL from
> there, I used it using tortoiseSVN and got connected to google SVN
> server (Repository) for my project. I tried connecting it many times to
> check how it exactly work. After few attemps I came to know that many
> different different folders got created at SVN Repository in google
> account. Here are folders n files which are exist in my Repository
> *README.txt, branches/, conf/, dav/, db/, format, hooks/, locks/, tags/,
> trunk/ * I wanna know whats the use of these folders? Or should I delete
> it? Thanks, Rohan Chandane

Are those the folders in your repository as seen from the filesystem, or
as seen from an SVN client?

Because if you're looking at the filesystem then the branches, tags, and
trunk folders shouldn't be there. If you're looking via a client then
only those folders should be there, not the other ones.

You should never see all of them all at once -- if that's happening,
then you've done something wrong.

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Received on Wed Oct 11 04:28:32 2006

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