On 9/19/05, Rev. Steve Klett <email@example.com> wrote:
> I recently took the leap into using subversion, in the past I have only used
> Source Safe and Alienbrain. Anyway, that doesn't matter.
> I have some questions and so far have not been able to find simple and
> clear answers to them, hopefully this list can help me out ;)
> 1) I have "checked out" my repository in the different location. I'm
> still getting used to the subversion meaning of a checkout. In each case, I
> have created a folder c:\PMDRepository. I'm not sure what I did
> differently, but on 2 of the machine, the folder PMDRepositry has the
> subversion icons as well as all added sub directories and files. On another
> machine, only the directories and files withing PMDRepository have the
> icons. Does this matter? Is this bad?
Are you using TortoiseSVN? If you are, then the folders show the
"subversion" icons depending on whether they have the .svn directory
within it. I am guessing that you might have provided a subfolder's
name as the target in one case and may not have specified that in the
other case. I am just guessing though. I have not used TortoiseSVN
enough to know different situations where this can happen.
> 2) I have noticed that when I click on a non-versioned file and "Add" it,
> that it won't show up in the repo browser until I commit. Is this normal
> or is there a configuration problem? It seems misleading that an add would
> not truly add the file, but apparently only change the icon.
That's the way it is. When you add a file, it only "schedules" the
file for addition. All the local changes (additions, deletions and
modifications) go to the repository only using the commit command.
> 3) When I add a new file, I have noticed that the revision is not 0 or 1,
> but some other, larger number. I figure this is the "global revision" that
> I have read about. Is there a way to make it show a "local revision" IE:
> 0/1 if only commited once?
I do not think there is way. I am not sure why you would want it that
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Received on Tue Sep 20 06:09:38 2005