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Noob Question

From: Kurt Federspiel <federonline_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Sat, 31 May 2008 00:16:47 -0700 (PDT)


I have a repository that stores source code written for a WinXP/2003 application. We are in the process of porting to Linux, and want to set up a new repository to hold the ported code. The project and directory names are the same.

So I have:

/Repositories/Win and /Repositories/Linux were created with svnadmin. Whenever I try to svn add/update/commit to the /Repositories/Linux/xmlrpc, I get a revision around 226, which is (obviously) the Win Repository (since the Linux Repo is brand new)

Am I being stupid? I want to keep the sources separate for now, so how do I add/update/commit to the /Linux Repository? Can someone please help me be unstupid??

Kurt The Noob.

PS. For setting up an apache server, having one repository, and getting several clients running, SVN was the bomb; it took me about 80 minutes to do it. If only EVERTHING were this easy...hats off to the dev and support teams.


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