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Creating a new project

From: Nuno Santos <nunosantos_at_imaginando.net>
Date: 2007-11-11 21:15:30 CET


I started using SVN little time ago.

I started by creating a project directory and adding it to the repos.
The base of the directory had as structure the recommended layout:
trunk, branches and tags.


But now i want to create another project. What i did was to create a
directory with the name of the first project and moved the content of
the repos root to that directory.
Now i created another project directory along with the first project.


But i have a problem. When i did the commit, SVN reported revision 100,
which is the revision number of the first project.

How do i separate this things? I want to continue in revision 100 for
the first project and start in revision 0 to the new project.

Can anyone help me out? I'm using Windows as interface, with tortoise
and my repos is in a linux server thru apache.



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