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Re: svn project creation problems

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-09-04 19:04:32 CEST

On Sep 4, 2006, at 18:11, Tom Allison wrote:

> I'm trying to configure my svn repository but it seems I am
> completely unable to create any additional projects without going
> in directly and manually creating the directories necessary to get
> the project underway.
> I've followed as many examples and such as I can find and they all
> end up in approximately the same spot:
> svn import . svn://localhost/
> svn: No repository found in 'svn://localhost'
> svn import . svn://localhost/testpile
> svn: No repository found in 'svn://localhost/testpile'
> however:
> svn checkout svn://localhost/depot/
> works like a charm everytime... So there is something there.

Subversion has no notion of a "project." There are just Subversion
repositories, which contain files and directories. You can elect to
either create a separate repository for each project, which you then
have to do manually with "svnadmin create <repo>", or you can store
all projects in a single repository, in which case then you can just
import into it which will create a new directory in the repository
for your new project. There are arguments for and against both
strategies; you'll have to decide which you want to use. It's not
super-easy, but also not impossible, to change from single-repo to
multi-repo, or vice-versa, later.

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Received on Mon Sep 4 19:06:00 2006

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