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Use existing directory as repository

From: Tim Asplin <tim.asplin_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 20 Aug 2010 10:28:52 +0100


I have read through the manual, and looked at FAQ. But did not seam to find
the answer.

We have a web site, and directory structure to support it, what we want is
to use subversion to now manage it. So want to use the existing structure
of directories and files as the repository to check out files from, while
also having the files running on the development web site so we can still
use the website.

In the manual it show you how to create a repository and how to import a
existing folder into it, and in the FAQ how to create a repository and use
files as working set.

What we want to do is to turn the existing structure into the repository, is
this possible, if so how.

Were are running on windows.


Received on 2010-08-20 11:36:43 CEST

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