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easiest way to delete a wrongly imported project + svn directory structure

From: Benedict Verheyen <wsbenedictv_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-01-12 09:47:30 CET


my repository contains several projects.
The layout looks like this:

1. With an import we had a problem:
Instead of importing the new project like:
  svn import project4 %repopath%/project4 -m "Import of project"

(where repopath is for instance http://computername/svn)

he imported like this:
  svn import project4 %repopath% -m "Import of project"

The layout now looks like this:
What is the easiest way to solve this, in other words to completely
delete the project 4 again so we can import it again the correct way?
As i pushed for subversion they are of course turning to me to solve
these things :)

2. Directory structure.
Are there advantages of making an extra directory under svn (svn as in
the structure i have here)?
For instance:
Or even
so one could add a repository to the same dir (svn) for ease of maintenance?
Or doesn't it really matter?



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