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Creating more than one repo

From: Marc <subscriptions_at_advantex.net>
Date: 2006-09-28 21:35:23 CEST

Hi Everyone,

First, I have to say... Snv kicks major butt. Thanks to everyone that has
made this software possible.

Now, for the newbie question... I checked the book, but just couldn't find
anything that matched my particular situation.

We're planning on using svn to practice good version control for our
websites. I have successfully created a repository for a sample website,
and had two team members do a checkout, change some files, update and

Upon each commit, the staging version of the website (which is simply a
working copy) is automatically updated, via a post-commit hook. The live
site will be updated manually for now, and it is just another working copy
of the trunk, updated only after the staging site is confirmed bug-free.

I used TortoiseSVN to create the repository. The repository is accessed by
the clients using svn://svn.domain.com/trunk. I have an entry in dns for

Now, I just created a SECOND website, and again set up a new repository on a
separate directory on the hard drive, again using TortoiseSVN. I wanted to
use svn://svn.domain2.com/trunk. However, when I point the client to THAT
domain and trunk, I still get the FIRST repository I created.

We want each website to have its own repository. I'm clearly doing
something wrong, since it appears that only the one repository is
recognized, no matter which repository I enter into the TortoiseSVN client.

Can someone point me in the right direction?



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