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svn import

From: Mark Eaton <meaton_at_vasco.com>
Date: 2003-11-17 07:08:15 CET

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Is it just me or does the svn import command not work as expected ?

I tend to do imports of new trees every so often and almost without faliure I
get it wrong every single time.

ie if I have a tree


I always end up doing a
svn import proj $SVNROOT/trunk/

which means I then have to go and move all the files around in the repository.
I would expect if I import a directory as above it would create the repository
path $SVNROOT/trunk/proj and all the subdirectories / files but rather it
imports everything under the proj directory but not the proj directory.

If I am the only one who thinks this works wrong then I'll just shut up =) but
it doesn't seem intuitive to me.

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Mark Eaton
Senior Software Engineer
VASCO The Authentication Company
+67 3511 5404
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