There is a host named hostA at 10.10.10.40 and I log into this host and I vi files and when I am done I type in svn commit -m "explanation"
<file changed> and after wards an email goes out to evarybody telling them what file I changed and how, and the boss who knows that I am working (HURRAAAAYYY!!!!).
Then I log into hostC (10.1.300.80) and go to the directory were the file I changed is, and then I type in 'svn up <file change> and then I see a version number that matches the one on hostA.
Problem is I am on hostB (10.1.300.81) and I have a file that I changed (on hostB ) and my boss wants this file 'version controled' (booooooo!!!) . Like the next time I need to edit the file on hostB I have to do it the same way that I would edit something on hostC .
When I do an ls -ltra on the hostB in the directory where the file I need to change is I do not see a ".svn"
When I do an 'svn up' /production/scr/userStatsWrapper.sh on hostB - I get
When I try an 'svn add" /production/scr/userStatsWrapper.sh on hostB - I get
svn: '/production/fo/scr' is not a working copy
how do I add the file from hostB to the repoistory on HostA?