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Re: Newbie

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-02-03 11:44:43 CET

On Feb 3, 2006, at 01:12, Jeff Grantham wrote:

> I printed it out and brought it home to look at. If I go into the
> repo folder I don't see any files. Shouldn't i see a copy of them
> there?

No... the repository is a database. It stores your files safe and
sound in an internal representation (specifically, as one file per
revision [not one file per file] in the db/revs and db/revprops
directories). Your individual files are not stored as individual
files on your hard disk, though.

Here's one recent explanation of this format:


That's for the default FSFS repository storage type, by the way; the
older BDB repository backend stores things differently. But in the
end, it's not important how Subversion stores your files, just that
it does so.

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