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Re: No repository found?

From: Laszlo Nagy <nagylzs_at_enternet.hu>
Date: 2006-01-26 17:09:42 CET

Johannes Holzer wrote:

>Am Donnerstag, 26. Januar 2006 15:40 schrieb Laszlo Nagy:
>>svnadmin create --fs-type=fsfs /home/svn/repositories
>This create a repository in "/home/svn/" with the name "repositories". Try the
>svnadmin create --fs-type=fsfs /home/svn/repositories/python
Okay, that is fine. But apparently it is inconsistent with the
documentation. In Chapter 1. Introdution "Quick Start" there is an example:

$ svnadmin create /path/to/repos
$ ls /path/to/repos
conf/ dav/ db/ format hooks/ locks/ README.txt
And then:
$ svn import /tmp/myproject file:///path/to/repos/myproject -m "initial
Adding /tmp/myproject/branches
Adding /tmp/myproject/tags
Adding /tmp/myproject/trunk
Adding /tmp/myproject/trunk/foo.c
Adding /tmp/myproject/trunk/bar.c
Adding /tmp/myproject/trunk/Makefile

Committed revision 1.

I'm not pointing fingers, but probably the documentation has a mistake,
because doing this does not work.
It should be:

svnadmin create /path/to/repos/myproject

instead, do you agree?

Also can you please explain to me why the default conf/authz file has
this comment inside:

# [repository:/baz/fuz]
# @harry_and_sally = rw
# * = r

It prompts that /baz/fuz is a repository. But it seems to me that the
repository is a specially initialized directory that contains the
conf/authz file itself. Are there two different things meant by
'repository' here? (One is the specially initialized directory, created
by 'svnadmin create' and the other is something referenced by the authz



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