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Re: How come the import cmnd doesn't work?

From: Res Pons <pons32_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-08 18:44:58 CET

Ok, thank you so much for the explanation. I knew I didn't create those
subdirs manually and I was going crazy as to what created them? Your
explanation makes total sense since we migrated from CVS to SVN. However,
what does NOT make sense is the SVN .pdf manual on page 6 "A Quick Start"
indicating MISLEADINGLY that the 'import' commnad will automatically create
these subdirs. Am I misunderstanding the manual, have I misread something?

Just for the sake of consistency, I wish SVN automatically did this for
every project w/o users resorting to their own hacks and scripts.

Thanks

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I've only been using subversion for about a year, so I'm no expert,
but the trunk/branches/tags subdirectory behavior seems to be
relatively identical to what the cvs2svn program does when converting
a CVS repository to Subversion (i.e. cvs2svn creates that directory
structure and fills in the files from CVS). Not sure if that's the
answer, but it seems suspiciously like cvs2svn. Could it have been
that you used cvs2svn previously to convert CVS->svn and are
remembering that?

On 3/8/06, Res Pons <pons32@hotmail.com> wrote:
> Then some script must've intervened to create them? I have never
manually
> created these subdirs before. However, when I created a new project in
the
> past, something (a script or command) generated them for me. I'm not
sure
> what I did or used to do?
>
> So you're saying Subversion has never had this as a default behavior. I
> think I'm losing my mind. :)
>
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> On Tue, Mar 07, 2006 at 04:09:10PM -0800, Res Pons wrote:
> > I remeber the import command creating the 3 subfolders branches, tags,
> and
> > trunk under each newly imported proj automatically. What am I doing
> wrong
> > or did you guys remove this feature? Thanks
>
> Since Subversion gives no special meaning to directories named
"branches",
> "tags", or "trunk", I believe your memory is incorrect and it's never
> been part of the standard import command. Perhaps the directories were
> created before the import was run, or you used a script that created
> the directories for you?
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