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Re: checkout

From: Hector Alvarez Pol <hapol_at_fpddux.usc.es>
Date: 2006-05-08 15:53:52 CEST

Duncan Murdoch wrote:

> On 5/8/2006 9:20 AM, Hector Alvarez Pol wrote:
>> As explained in the previous mail, I cannot create in a remote
>> computer a directory structure like:
>> simsDir/
>> |-> mySim1/
>> |-> mySim2/
>> cause the checkout of the second project is forbidden.
>> This is solved if I could checkout the trunk directory inside the
>> respositories...
> Sorry for coming in late, you may already have explained this, but why
> not make simsDir a regular (non-versioned) directory, and check out
> mySim1 and mySim2 into it?

If I create a regular directory simsDir and I try to checkout both
projects in this directory I will get:
svn checkout http://mysite:/mySim1/ .
A mySim1
A mySim1/trunk
A ActarSim/trunk/file1
svn checkout http://mysite:/mySim2/ .
svn: '.' is already a working copy for a different URL
So, as you mention, I cannot checkout two different things to the
identical location.

Locally I can create the simsDir/ and inside the regular (non-versioned)
mySim1/ and mySim2/ directories. Then, using

cd mySim1/; svn checkout file:////scratch/hapol/svnroot/trunk .
cd ../mySim2/; svn checkout file:////scratch/hapol/svnroot2/trunk .

everything works and I have the required directory structure.
Unfortunately I cannot make the same remotely as

svn checkout http://mysite.com:/mySim2/trunk .

 does not work for me.

Maybe you would say that I can do a (http) checkout in different
directories... But then, the directory structure will be quite different
of that in local machines; the only way of solving the problem I can see
is using (http) checkout of trunk alone.

And, basically my question is if my impossibility to checkout remotely
(http) the trunk is a feature or is something I am doing wrong (?)

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