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can't svn add file

From: Joseph Lemm <joelemm_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2004-06-03 22:18:23 CEST

In cvs I can do something like this:

cvs add newfile
cvs commit newfile

then from the cvs tree on another box:
cvs up newfile

and the newfile appears on that box.

I don't seem to be able to so this with svn:

svn add newfile
svn commit newfile

(OK, it's checked in and if I go to the trunk of the repos it's there)

then from the cvs tree on another box:
svn up newfile
svn: 'newfile' is not under version control

I can however, do an svn up on the entire directory that contains the
file, and
then the file is brought in fine.
However, I don't want to do mass updates I want to update only a single
and not touch the rest.

AM I doing something wrong?



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