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trunk directory question from a CVS guy

From: Ennis, Tony <TEnnis_at_comdata.com>
Date: 2007-05-03 15:34:03 CEST

I am setting up my first SVN repository. I see in a lot of the docs that the
SVN community recommends a "trunk" directory where the main line of the code
lives. As per some 'how to be a newb' instructions, I created /trunk and
imported my pre-existing java project into it.

I created a new project from using Subclipse. Within Eclipse, the project
now included a folder called "trunk" which contained all my files. Now I
can see how this would happen, but is it normal in svn-managed projects to
have the trunk directory in the project? Checking out from CVS doesn't
create a folder called HEAD.

It was trivial to get the app to compile and for the junit tests to go green
so I know my project isn't too broken.

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