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Re: !svn/bc/foo/trunk' path not found

From: Markus S <youcontrol_at_hispeed.ch>
Date: 2007-06-19 13:30:14 CEST

On 2007-06-19 04:26:55 +0200, Ryan Schmidt
<subversion-2007b@ryandesign.com> said:
> It sounds like the URL where you think your repository, isn't where it
> actually is.
> In the Terminal, you could go into your existing working copy, the one
> you use with svnX, and type "svn info", which will show you the
> correct URL.

Thanks a lot. Me stupid. The name of the top-level folder in my
repository is the same as the name of my repository which means I have
to use it twice in my path (and I had naturally only used it once).
Don't ask who had the smart idea of naming the top-level folder the
same as the repository ... (hint: look who's called stupid here).

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Received on Tue Jun 19 13:44:38 2007

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