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Re: Can I have the same folder in twice?

From: Joshua Varner <jlvarner_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-11-02 16:32:16 CET

Please don't top post.

On 11/2/05, Gabriel Rossetti <rossettigab@charter.net> wrote:
> svn add dirA
> svn commit -m "foo....." my_url/data/svnroot/repA
> svn add my_dirs
> svn commit -m "foo....." my_url/data/svnroot/private
svn commit does not take a url to which to commit, it extracts that
from the working copy. If you do svn info, that tells you the repos
to which you will commit, the files you supply on the command line
are which files you want to commit. I think you are getting a
non-sensical error message because subversion is getting confused.


You probably want to look at svn switch and svn switch --relocate,
but since these are two separate repositories, these may not work
so svk may be what you want to use for creating a private backup.


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Received on Wed Nov 2 16:36:14 2005

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