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beginner; import to repository?

From: <james-tigris_at_jrv.org>
Date: 2003-08-17 00:04:55 CEST

Subversion 0.26, Windows NT5

I'm having trouble getting up subversion the way I want. I'd like to
use http://jrv.org/svn/trunk/proj (and http://jrv.org/svn/tags/proj,
etc), where all projects are in one repository due to the amount of
shared code. There are a lot of examples in the book that seem to
look like this (chap 4, Using Branches, etc).

httpd.conf contains this:

        <Location /svn >
        DAV svn
        SVNParentPath C:\SVN

I created the repository thusly:

        C:\src>svnadmin create c:\svn

Now: how do I import this so that I can checkout with
http://jrv.org/svn/trunk/chkcat? Everything I try gets this RA layer

        C:\src\x>svn import -m "initial repository" trunk
        svn: Bad URL passed to RA layer
        svn: illegal URL for repository

In this case local directory "trunk" contains directory "chkcat", but
I've found no combination that works other than putting the repository
in a subdirectory of c:\svn above.

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