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From: Lorenz <lorenznl_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2017 11:40:56 +0000

ok, lets try again

Amine Aboufirass wrote:
>I am trying to create a local repository for my project. I started by
>creating a simple folder named D:/TEMP/FortranTest/ifort/trunk/ with 3
>fortran source files.
>I then right clicked on the empty space and selected
>TortoiseSVN>Create Repository Here with the folder substructure.

what white space?
The above sounds ly you have the .../ifort/trunk folder open in
windows explorer.

>Then I followed the following link
>containing instructions for importing a local folder into the local
>repository. These are the steps
>1) Right click on D:/TEMP/FortranTest/ifort/trunk then TortoiseSVN>Import.
>2) In the repository URL enter file:///D:/TEMP/FortranTest/ifort/MyRepo/trunk

but here you try access a repo in .../ifort/MyRepo

>The folder in MyRepo called trunk does not exist at the time of import. I am assuming step 2 will create it.

how do you know?

After "create repository here" and "create folder structure" the trunk
folder should allready be there in the repository.

Have you right-clicked on the folder containing the repo and called up
the repo browser?

>3) Click OK
>The import shows an Import Finished! dialog box and the 3 files added as shown in the attachment.
>However when I open the MyRepo folder there is no trunk folder or source files.

how do you access the MyRepo folder?
With windows explorer?
That won't work, use the repo browser.

If you look with windows explorer, is there anything in the folder?
As David allready mentioned, there should be conf, db, hooks and locks
folders and format README.txt and svn.ico files.

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Received on 2017-08-29 13:42:00 CEST

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