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repository root changed after upgrade to 1.0.6

From: Dmitry Beransky <db01_at_dembel.org>
Date: 2004-07-26 20:13:49 CEST

Hi,

I've been running subversion 1.0.1 as a stand-alone server under RedHat for
a while with no major issues. The repository was rooted at /svnroot with
project subtrees coming off it like so:

/snvroot
    |
    + Project1
    |
    + Project 2
    |
    + ...etc

i.e. when checking out a project or just browsing, I would use the
following url: svn+ssh://som-dev/svnroot/Project1/

a few days ago I upgraded to 1.0.6 and now the repository insists that all
of projects are located under /svnroot/svnroot (i.e.
svn+ssh://som-dev/svnroot/svnroot/Project1).

Any ideas what happened and how I can fix this? I've searched the docs and
list archives, but found nothing relevant.

Thanks
Dmitry

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