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Re: Subversion is convinced it's commiting, nothing happens, no errors

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-28 16:16:09 CEST

On 3/28/07, d.mcclure@yahoo.com <d.mcclure@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi....I've installed two separate versions of subversion with the same
> result. Check out works, it updates its versions, but nothing actually gets
> changed in my files so obviously I'm doing something wrong. I'm using
> svnadmin like so
> svnadmin create /var/svn/repositories
> Then importing an existing directory with
> svn import /home/qxt.com/app /var/svn/repositories/project.com/project -m
> "initial import"
> I can connect and check out everything just fine. Commit also thinks it
> is doing everything it should -- no errors, the version updates, but the
> files in that directory are unchanged. The rev and revprops directories
> are updated -- nothing else is, and I am not getting a single error.
> Permissions do not seem to be the issue.

The svn command requires a URL to access a repository. Change your command
to this:

svn import /home/qxt.com/app
file:///var/svn/repositories/project.com/project -m "initial import"

Mark Phippard
Received on Wed Mar 28 16:16:34 2007

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