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Checkout question...

From: Glenn E. Sieb <ges_at_cibernet.com>
Date: 2004-11-30 18:11:14 CET

We have four (4) repos set up with svn 1.1.1 on MacOSX:

/svn/One
/svn/Two
/svn/Three
/svn/Four
(for the sake of privacy)

One of my developers is trying to do the following:

$ cd /
$ mkdir opt
$ svn co -r "HEAD" svn+ssh://reposerver/svn/One/trunk/ .
$ svn co -r "HEAD" svn+ssh://reposerver/svn/Two/trunk/ .
$ svn co -r "HEAD" svn+ssh://reposerver/svn/Three/trunk/ .

The three repos in question are separate projects, but work together.
They do not have directories in common. What should happen is that those
commands should check out the latest version into directories:

(from /svn/One:)
/opt/blah1
/opt/blah2
/opt/blah3
(from /svn/Two:)
/opt/blee1
/opt/blee2
/opt/blee3
(from /svn/Three:)
/opt/bloo1
/opt/bloo2
/opt/bloo3

What's happening is:

The first checkout goes fine... then the second checkout and on gives
the error:

svn: '' is already a working copy for a different URL

I'm hoping this is just a "Oh you forgot to put x in the command line.."
but.. what are we doing wrong??

Thanks in advance!
Best,
Glenn

-- 
Glenn E. Sieb
QA Tools Engineer
Cibernet Labs
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