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svn+ssh commit

From: Carole E. Mah <Carole_Mah_at_brown.edu>
Date: 2005-02-01 16:04:50 CET


Please bear with my slowness in learning this. I understand how to do
checkouts and commits on the command line now. But learning to do so via
svn+ssh is harder than I thought. I can't seem to get the URL or the
syntax right.

Here's the checkout, which works fine:

svn checkout svn+ssh://foo.brown.edu/srv/projects/svn/myProj/trunk .

Here are the two things I've tried to commit (both failed):

svn commit svn+ssh://foo.brown.edu/srv/projects/svn/myProj/trunk -m ""

error message:
svn: 'svn+ssh://foo.brown.edu/srv/projects/svn/myProj' is not a working copy

svn commit . svn+ssh://foo.brown.edu/srv/projects/svn/myProj/trunk -m ""

error message:
subversion/libsvn_client/commit.c:1062: (apr_err=200009)
svn: 'svn+ssh://foo.brown.edu/srv/projects/svn/myProj/trunk' is a URL,
but URLs cannot be commit targets

I am sure there's just some small syntactic mistake here. Thanks in advance!


Senior Programmer Analyst
Brown University
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