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RE: Updating to repository, Not to SITE

From: Gale, David <David.Gale_at_Hypertherm.com>
Date: 2005-12-08 19:31:03 CET

King, Rogie wrote:
> I have SVN installed on my server. I just started working here and I
> have two issues:
> When I do an SVN commit from either Tortoise SVN or Smart SVN, the
> log emails say the file is committed, but is NOT written to the
> server repository, therefore my site reflects no changes.
> If I checkout the repository to a new folder, it downloads the new
> commits. I have no doubt that the SVN repository is updating, but
> the files never get to the main server.
> If anyone can help me, thanks a million. I have been working on this
> for 4 DAYS. I'm gettin a little tired, so help would be greatly
> appreciated.

I'm confused--you say that the changes aren't written to the repository,
but if you check out from the repository, you get the changes? That's
not really feasible--either the changes make it to the repository or
not. I suspect we're dealing with a terminology issue. (ie., what's
the difference between the repository and the main server?)

Could you give an example of what you do, what you expect to happen, and
what you see happening, complete with the actual commands you run at
each step?


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Received on Thu Dec 8 21:34:29 2005

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