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Re: Dumb newbie question

From: Martin A. Brooks <martin_at_hinterlands.org>
Date: 2005-01-29 18:21:17 CET

Steve Cohen wrote:

> # svn import myproj http://localhost/svn/myproj -m 'Initial Load'

svn did exactly what you asked it to. It imported the contents of
"myproj" into the root of the repository, not into a subfolder such as
"trunk" or "branch".

> In other words the source code appears in branches that are peers of
> these original "layout" folders, not underneath them. Clicking through
> the src and WebRoot directories does bring up the source code. Is this
> what I should have? If so, then I don't understand the function of the
> branches, tags, and trunk directories.

The "trunk" is the main thrust of your development. Import your files
into http://localhost/svn/myproj/trunk or, better still now they're in
the repo anyway, use svn to move them around your repository.


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