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RE: A query

From: Kevin Williams <kevin_w69_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-05-28 17:55:32 CEST

I believe your question has already been answered, but I couldn't find it in
a quick search of the mailing list archives.

Subversion uses a database backend, so your data is in the database. You
won't see your files by looking at the repository in the filesystem. If you
stored JPEG images in Oracle or MySQL, you wouldn't expect to the those
files in the filesystem, would you? Most databases don't work that way.

It's all documented in the Subversion book. If you don't have time for that,
you'll probably want to start with the "svn list" command. Run "svn help
list" from the command line for some brief instructions. Given a repository
at /home/svn/test, you could run "svn list --verbose file:///home/svn/test"
should give you some good information. A similar example in Windows would be
C:\svn\test for a repository location and file:///svn/test for the
repository URL.



>From: "Metrri Jain" <metrrija@nortelnetworks.com>
>To: "'users@subversion.tigris.org'" <users@subversion.tigris.org>
>Subject: A query
>Date: Wed, 26 May 2004 12:27:01 -0400
>Hi all ,
>My query is still unsolved, why cant I see the directory structure inside
>the repository I create.
>Plz help me .

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