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

From: Res Pons <pons32_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-03-08 21:34:19 CET

Thanks, I didn't know the 'why' but Aarron's explanation now makes sense.
Thanks for the explanation. :)

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On 3/8/06, Res Pons <pons32@hotmail.com> wrote:
> 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.

Why? Subversion has no concept of a "project" (that I've seen) and
does not attempt to enforce any sort of arbitrary structure around
one's repository. I look at it more as a filesystem on steroids, at
least for my purposes - I can arrange things however I want, without
the sytem attempting to force me into arranging things a particular
way.

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