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Re: Can anyone please give me a command for checout a submodule in svn

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-10 17:23:03 CEST

On 5/10/07, Sonal Uphale <suphale@savvion.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Can anyone please give me a command for checout a submodule in svn.
> I have repository set at /svnrepos/sbmrepos.
> When I access it through web, I give URL
> svn://xx.xx.xx.xxx:3690/svnrepos/sbmrepos/trunk/sbm
> After SBM, I get to see individual modules like src, classes etc.
> In console, what command should I give to checkout src submodule.
> It certainally does not accept something like
> svn co file:///svnrepos/sbmrepos/trunk/sbm/src tempcheckout

Subversion has no notion of "submodules" - just files and directories.
Your command line LOOKS right, but if you don't specify what error
you're getting, we can't help much. "does not accept" doesn't help us
help you.

Why are you using file:/// to attempt your checking, while using
svn:// to "browse" (which, BTW is the wrong protocol for accessing a
repository via the web, which is HTTP).

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Received on Thu May 10 17:23:32 2007

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