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From: Mage <mage_at_mage.hu>
Date: 2005-04-11 16:31:30 CEST


We are working on a website. I have a checkout of my branch in
/var/www/site, which is a copy of the main (trunk) version.

Usually I do before a new project:
svn rm svn+ssh://host/var/svn/repo/branch/mage

svn cp svn+ssh://host/var/svn/repo/main

Then I make svn up in /var/www/site folder.

Usually this works. However, last time I got weird php errors. I could't
debug it, because it was not my code and had no error handling.

svn status said nothing, so I deleted the /var/www/site folder and
checked out again. The problem was solved.

I am not sure why. Is this above a correct branching technique?


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Received on Mon Apr 11 16:36:09 2005

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