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Re: Can I have the same folder in twice?

From: Gabriel Rossetti <rossettigab_at_charter.net>
Date: 2005-11-01 16:15:41 CET
Yes, that is logical, but I even tried to delete everthing, all my repositories with rm -fr svnroot

and then recreate them all, and upon my trying to create the project, i get a msg that the working copy with a different URL already exists at the checkout destination. But I deleted that destination! Is there a central svn database somewhere? I thought that the DB existed in each repository. Is there a way to see wll repositories on my system? And is there a way of deleting repositories?


Paul Koning wrote:
"Gabriel" == Gabriel Rossetti <rossettigab@charter.net> writes:

 Gabriel> Apperently, I have a problem with this sort of setup :
 Gabriel> /svnroot/project1/foo.txt

 Gabriel> /svnroot/project1/dir1/foo.txt

 Gabriel> it doesn't like having two files with the same name, even in
 Gabriel> diff. directories. ...

I'm puzzled.  I have a repository full of files named Makefile, in
many different directories.  It works just fine, as of course it has


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