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svn: Path <> does not exist in revision 0

From: Dick Heth <dheth_at_martingalecorp.com>
Date: 2006-09-25 23:09:51 CEST


I have been using subversion and tortoise for the last few months on some
development and have been very happy with it. It's like CVS on steroids.


Last week I needed to strike a TAG for an alpha release of some software and
I have run into a problem. I am unable to copy my code to my tags
directory. I thought I could isolate this on another server but I am still
running into the same error "svn: Path 'file:///var/repos/insite/trunk/*'
does not exist in revision 0"


Below are the steps I took to isolate this:


> umask 002

> svnadmin create /var/repos/insite

> svnadmin create /var/repos/insite/trunk

> svnadmin create /var/repos/insite/tags

> svnadmin create /var/repos/insite/branches

> svn import insite file:///var/repos/insite/trunk -m 'testing 123'

> svn copy file:///var/repos/insite/trunk
file:///var/repos/insite/tags/alpha-test -m 'alpha test'

            svn: Path 'file:///var/repos/insite/trunk/*' does not exist in
revision 0


I am able to checkout the "trunk" and modify and commit code but it just
won't copy to the tags library.


Can someone please give me some suggestions on what I am doing wrong?


Received on Tue Sep 26 06:20:12 2006

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