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Re: Local and Remote Repository

From: Will Appleton <wfappleton_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-19 20:43:32 CEST

On 6/19/07, Bala Paranj <bparanj@yahoo.com> 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.
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Not sure I understand the steps you followed to get the errors.

You should export the working copy of the old repo to a new location.
Then copy the exported files to your new working copy of the new repo.
Then svn add those files to the new working copy of the new repo.
Then svn ci the newly added files to your new repo.

Will Appleton

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