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Old 05-14-2005, 11:35 AM   #1
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Subversion -> commit?

I've tried to update my files with subversion(I've already uploaded my files ones with: svn import /home/hylke/combatofdeath/trunk svn+ssh://
But when i tried that again, the new files didn't get uploaded and the already existing files didn't get updated.
So I've tried it with commit(in the directory where my source codes are):
svn commit
But I got the error: [b]svn: '/home/hylke/combatofdeath/trunk' is not a working copy[/quote]
How can i make a working copy so I can upload my files using svn commit?
Thanx Hylke
Old 05-15-2005, 09:44 AM   #2
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When you call svn import, it uploads existing nonversioned files in svn repository. Then you need to call svn co (checkout) to get working directory from repository head revision. and in this directory you can perform usually operations as update and commit.


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