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help with directory structure

From: R Seeker <radianceseeker_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2011 18:49:30 -0700 (PDT)

I have an existing project which is not using SVN (or any other kind of source code management). I want to start using SVN with it.

The existing directory structure on the hard drive is this.

projectname/
projectname/src/
projectname/tests/
projectname/data/

I'd like to create the new repo folder under projectname, so that all files for that project are together under the same root, like this:

projectname/
projectname/src/
projectname/tests/
projectname/data/
projectname/svnrepo/

Is there any problem with this approach? Can I import all three directories (src, tests, data) into the same repo? Or do they have to be treated as three separate things stored in three separate repos which happen to live under the same svnrepo directory? The import instructions (that I've read so far) seem oriented toward importing a single folder.

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