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Hosted SVN works... how?

From: Bjorn Boulder <bornboulder77_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-26 01:05:01 CEST

Hi there,

I am new to the world of hosted SVN.

I've used SVN a bit on my Mac.

I'd like to use SVN on devjavu to act as a repository for some code I'm writing.

Currently on my Mac, I setup a repository like this:

PROJECT=w10
REPOS_ROOT=/pt/w/hp/svn4w10
mkdir -p $REPOS_ROOT

svnadmin create --fs-type=fsfs $REPOS_ROOT/$PROJECT

REPOS=file://$REPOS_ROOT/$PROJECT

svn mkdir --message="Initial project layout" $REPOS/trunk $REPOS/tags
$REPOS/branches
svn commit --message="New Rails project"

How would I do something equivalent on SVN which is not local?

-b

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