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Problem with Subversion

From: Samer Hamood <samer.hamood_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-11-17 16:22:37 CET

I run Windows XP SP2 on my system and am told that a Subversion directory
should be created in my C:\%HOMEPATH%\Application Data when I install
Subversion and that the config file should reside within it. I've also been
told that if the config file doesn't exist, running the svn status command
for the first time will create it.

I've downloaded the package from your website but when I install it, there
is no Subversion directory in the C:\%HOMEPATH%\Application Data directory
(or anywhere else for that matter), nor is there a config file. Also, if I
create a Subversion directory at C:\%HOMEPATH%\Application Data (or even if
I don't create it) and run the svn status command, no config file is
created. How can I overcome this problem?

Kind regards,

Received on Tue Nov 20 11:18:29 2007

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