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problem running svn command

From: Kinnari Vrajlal Bhanderi <Kinnari_Bhanderi_at_infosys.com>
Date: 2005-07-07 13:18:57 CEST


I have installed subversion1.2.0. From command prompt I try to run 'svn'
(from the directory where I have installed subversion), it doesn't
recognize 'svn' command. Is it necessary to set some path?


Kinnari Bhanderi
Infosys Technologies Limited,
Plot No. 44, Electronics City, Hosur Road
Bangalore - 560100
 (Extn 58819)

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