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Re: Sudden Problems Creating Directories

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006d_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-12-14 02:53:48 CET

On Dec 13, 2006, at 10:14, Mattheis, Erik W. wrote:

> Per Mark's suggestion, here is the commandline session:
>
> C:\>svn mkdir -m ""
> "http://subversion/repositories/webgroup/Apache Axis"
>
> Committed revision 3214.
>
> C:\>svn mkdir -m ""
> "http://subversion/repositories/webgroup/Apache Axis/branches"
>
> Committed revision 3215.
>
> C:\>svn mkdir -m ""
> "http://subversion/repositories/webgroup/Apache Axis/tags"
>
> Committed revision 3216.
>
> C:\>svn list "http://subversion/repositories/webgroup/Apache
> Axis"
>
> C:\>
[snip]
> There are no errors logged at all, but the directories obviously
> are not
> showing up.

There is no problem with any of that. The result is expected. "svn
list" shows you what's in the repository, as of the revision of the
working copy, if you do not specify a revision. In this case, your
working copy is still at a revision before the directories were
created. Use "svn update" before running "svn list" to see the result
you expect, or use "svn list -rHEAD". See the section in the book
( http://svnbook.org ) on mixed-revision working copies.

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