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Initial Layout Questions

From: Bryan Andrews <bandrews_at_trendinfluence.com>
Date: 2004-02-10 20:30:12 CET

Reading the manual, I see that:

After deciding how to arrange the projects in your repository, you'll probably want to actually populate the repository with that layout and with initial project data. There are a couple of ways to do this in Subversion. You could use the svn mkdir command (see Chapter 9, Subversion Complete Reference) to create each directory in your skeletal repository layout, one-by-one. A quicker way to accomplish the same task is to use the svn import command (see the section called "svn import"). By first creating the layout in a temporary location on your drive, you can import the whole layout tree into the repository in a single commit:

I am on WindowsXP and 2000 server

So if I have an existing directory:


And I import this into http://svnserver/projects/trunk/MyProject

Then I try to check it out to the same folder (D:\Projects\MyProject) is this going to cause a problem? This is where my web apps build and live for testing and dev (Vdirs point to it). Dp I need to move them into a temp directory then check out into the original location so the files live in the correct place? Or can I just check out over the top of the files already sitting there?

Also I have dlls that live in the bin directory that I may or may not want to check in, but if I don't want to it says its going to delete them - is that my only option? Delete them from the working folder or check them into sourcesafe?


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Received on Tue Feb 10 20:31:24 2004

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