this shouldn't be a problem. suppose your code currently resides in /MyApp. then;
1. open repo-browser
2. create MyApp/trunk, MyApp/branches, MyApp/tags
3. drag the code files from /MyApp to MyApp/trunk
every such change is a change you commit to the repository, so you will be asked for a commit comment.
that's it, more or less. you could use drag&drop to arrange with a different schema, such as trunk/App1, trunk/App2, etc.
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From: James Green <James.Green_at_occam-dm.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 19, 2009 1:12:43 PM
Subject: Adding Trunks / Tags / Branches to existing Repos
Leading on from the
last question I asked I need to create some Tags and Branches on the
repositories I have in SVN. However, I have realised that when I created
the repositories I didn't create default trunk/tag/branches structure
Can this structure
be applied to existing repositories retrospectively? I'm at a point with
the current application where we have just released a milestone version which is
now parked development wise for a week or so, so now is the time to apply
Can the current
contents of the repos be turned into the trunk and the branches / tags structure
added to the repos?
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