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Re: Can I have the same folder in twice?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-11-01 19:05:38 CET

On Nov 1, 2005, at 18:49, Gabriel Rossetti wrote:

> Thank you, yes, indeed, that must be it. My question now is, how
> can I fix everything?
> I have been playing around with svn and I've made a mess, how can I
> get a fresh start?
> Where is all this working copy stuff stored? It's still not very
> clear for me. So there is a
> sort of "global" db somewhere to keep track of all this? I've used
> CVS some, but this
> working copy thing must be a new construct.

The working copy is not a new construct. It is where you do your
work. After you do your work, you check your work into the
repository. Both of these Subversion concepts are the same as they
are in CVS.

To start over, you can remove your repository or repositories (the
directory or directories that got created when you executed "svnadmin
create /path/to/repository") and any working copies you created (when
you executed "svn checkout /path/to/workingcopy").

If you have further problems, please show us the exact commands you

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