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Re: noob question

From: Kris Deugau <kdeugau_at_vianet.ca>
Date: 2005-01-11 23:56:44 CET

> Joshua Kolden wrote:
> > Hmm, thanks but I get :
> > svn: '.' is not a working copy.
> >
> > I'm talking about listing the different projects on the server
> > without prior knowledge of the projects, and without having
> > anything relevant) currently checked out.

You mean, listing the repositories available from the server?

"Project" *usually* means a repository, but it may not; a single repo
may contain:


or it may just contain a single "project" with trunk, branches and tags
at its root, possibly with a README file for information.

Andy Peters wrote:
> Scott gave you the correct answer, but I'd guess that you didn't set
> [URL] to anything?
> try:
> $ svn ls svn://servername/

Out of curiosity, I tried this. I have a machine set up like this,
currently with just one repository. Access is via

"svn ls svn://hostname/" returned

svn: No repository found in 'hostname'


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