RE: where code resides exactally
It's essentially a database, so it's transparent to you.
From: Manohar Joshi [mailto:Manohar.Joshi_at_sos.sungard.com]
Sent: Friday, May 23, 2008 8:19 AM
Subject: where code resides exactally
I am new to Subversion and I have installed and configured subversion on apache HTTPD 2.2 server.
When I created a repository (svnadmin create myrepos) and imported a project directory there.
E.g. svn import <Directory> <Repository URL>
And done svn commit after that.
But since SVN is a code repository, I cannot see the code files anywhere inside the repository.
Can you please tell me where these files get stored? I have read that it uses FSFS.
My question is, if it is called as a repository then where those files actually reside.
Right now I can see only following files in the repository directory.
Please help me on this
P Think before you print
Received on 2008-05-23 21:50:27 CEST
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