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

From: <d.mcclure_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-03-28 16:38:35 CEST

I am trying to take an existing document root for a webserver, e.g.


And make it editable via Subversion so user A can check out for example the file /home/site.com/htdocs/index.php, make changes, and commit them which should modify /home/site.com/htdocs/index.php on the server. This doesn't seem as if it needs to be terribly complex but I must be missing something obvious.

Also, a programmer thought they were successfully doing this last night and made some revisions -- is there any way to tell exactly what they did from looking at the repository db or anything?


----- Original Message ----
From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels@gmail.com>
To: "d.mcclure@yahoo.com" <d.mcclure@yahoo.com>
Cc: Subversion List <users@subversion.tigris.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2007 10:28:24 AM
Subject: Re: Subversion is convinced it's commiting, nothing happens, no errors

Could you keep it on-list, please, I may not be the only one able to
help you. Or better: I may be the one not able to help you; others

On 3/28/07, d.mcclure@yahoo.com <d.mcclure@yahoo.com> wrote:
> What I was aiming for...
> Webserver files reside in /home/site.com/public
> I want to use Subversion so users are be able to check in and out files (a
> la Dreamweaver) and have it make updates to those files. The repository is
> in /var/svn/repositories/repository for example. If it
> thinks those commits/changes were done, is there any way to re-create them?

I'm sorry, but you're not making sense to me. The medium e-mail
doesn't really lend itself for transmission of thought and context,
so, if you could start at the beginning and be *really* verbose, I may
start to get what's happening and why it's not and what you think is



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