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Sub folders not visible in Explorer

From: Wayne Freeman <wfreeman_at_analyticabiz.com>
Date: Fri, 14 May 2010 18:38:27 -0700 (PDT)


This is a little scary.

I have several repositories on a Linux server. Some of them I created
through SVN on the server itself, before I installed TortoiseSVN. The
rest, I have created using TortoiseSVN, including some branches to the

Everything is visible through the Repo Browser in TortoiseSVN, and
everything appears to be working just fine.

However, if I navigate to the repository directory either on the Linux
box or through Windows Explorer where TortoiseSVN resides, I don't see
anything that I have created and have been maintaining through
TortoiseSVN, including (and here's the scary part) the backed-up
repository directory on my backup drive.

For example, an ls command of the "branches" directory on the Linux
box says it's empty. But Repo Browser says it's not.

How can I make sure that all of my repositories are being backed up if
I can't see them? I can see that the revs that apply to the
"invisible" repositories and branches are being backed up, but is that




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