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another question: not a working copy

From: <developer_at_wexwarez.com>
Date: 2006-08-14 19:13:15 CEST

Sorry for the bonehead questions.

So i did a remote import into my mbsrepos repository:
svn import repostest http://xx.xx.xx.xx/svn/mbsrepos/repostest -m "test
initial import"

This worked fine. But then i decided to add a file:
$ svn add repostest/trunk/file3.java
svn: 'repostest/trunk' is not a working copy

So when you perform an import it doesn't actually create all the .svn
files that connect your files with the repository. How do you get that

I tried just performing an update and got the same error:
svn update https://xx.xx.xx.xx/mbsrepos/repostest
svn: 'repostest' is not a working copy

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