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duplicate/copy working copies?

From: Sindbad the Seafarer <sindbad.the.seafarer_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2003-08-02 12:58:26 CEST

Hi all out there!

Still testing SVN on one machine - thanks again, Lübbe, for having
me not giving up last week! - I accidentally synchronized my
working copy with a yet unversioned copy of the same website
project on another machine. Basically the .SVN folders have been
added to that yet unversioned copy of the web project.

As this has happened:

Can I just let it as it is now and use that copy as another working
copy just as if I had checked it out? Or is there potential that
things get screwed up in the repository? Depends on how wc are
related to the repository and if this relation is "hard-coded" into the
admin files inside .SVN folders I think.

On both machines the local path to the wc is identical (D:\Internet).

TIA - God bless!

Jan Hendrik
Freedom quote:

     In America, our orgins matter less than our destinations.
     And that is what democracy is all about.
                -- Ronald Reagan

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