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Re: adding a directory with difference sources

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2005-07-02 12:47:02 CEST

On Saturday 02 July 2005 05:59, jicman@myway.com wrote:
> So, I have this directory, let us call it source. In that directory exist
> other directories, such as,
> within each of this directory exist other directories which have code and
> projects. So, here is the question ask: I would like to add the head
> directory, source, to svn and have that be the main head of the svn. Is
> this possible? If so, how can I do it?

svn import, it's all documented in the book.

> I've read a few man pages and all
> I can get is project commands, but nothing where I could add a whole
> directory to the svn server.

You're confusing something here: Subversion itself has no notion of a
'project', it is (almost) just a versioned storage for files/directories.

The scheme that uses trunk/tags/branches is not part of Subversion itself but
rather a recommendation how to use Subversion, most applicable for storing
software sources. You are free to ignore that recommendation if its ways
don't fit your needs.


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