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Re: Local and Remote Repository

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-06-19 11:27:36 CEST

On Jun 19, 2007, at 04:10, Bala Paranj wrote:

> I have a local SVN repository that uses file:/// protocol. I have
> setup a remote repository that
> uses http protocol. If I checkout the remote repository to a new
> directory and then copy the
> latest files to that directory, I am not able to commit the new
> files to the remote repository.
> How do I commit from my local machine to the remote repository? TIA.

a) What error message do you get? What version(s) of Subversion are
you using? on what server and client OSes? on what hardware?

b) Why do you have two repositories that you're trying to move
content between? Usually, you'd set up only a single repository,
accessible to all the machines from which you want to access it.
Perhaps I misunderstand your scenario; if so, please describe it.

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