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help with svn setup on linux

From: amppost <amppost_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 4 Oct 2008 03:54:59 -0700 (PDT)

Hi there,

I have shifted to linux a month back, so my knowledge of it is very limited.
As for subversion, I found the usein windows very easy with tortoisesvn.

I am web developer and currently i am using the following setup. I have
three folders..

www => web root
repos => svn repository
proj => project files for eclipse

I was forced into the above setup because of how eclipse treats projects. I
love the way it imports a svn repos as project. Since I am only storing
html, php, js and css files in the repos, I can't have the checked out
directory as the web root as the images and other files will be missing.

Now with current setup, every time I change a file, I have to commit it and
update the www folder to see the changes in the browser.

I am sure I am missing something and am sure there should be a simple
solution to this.

I will appreciate any help regarding this.

Best Regards,

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