[groupi] Re: svn over PuTTY?

  • From: Beau Trepp <treppb01@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: groupi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 27 Aug 2009 19:25:59 +0800

Okay. Has anyone tried to use the SVN yet?. Someone needs to checkout and commit to prove that it's working. I'll be annoyed if you complain that you can't commit anything later on because no-ones tried it.

I can commit under my name, but i have no idea if that will hold under other names.

Also, Lorin, Don't use the new svn repo you made. You only have access to that one. The source repo everyone should be able to commit too.

Lorin Tauss wrote:

well, yeah, that made an empty folder called trunk in my home directory... How do I add a file to the repository.

I tried svn ci ./test.txt , but it seems test.txt has to be in the version control system already.



On Wed 26/08/09 11:28 , Beau <treppb01@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

    This is what works on my laptop.

    svn co

    However it's still abit strange, it seems uwa doesn't like you doing
    that too much, so now it just hangs there.

    Beau wrote:
    > howdy,
    > could you tell me what adress you are using to checkout?
    > svn checkout http://cits3200i.csse.uwa.edu/svn/trunk
    target="_blank">http://cits3200i.csse.uwa.edu/svn/trunk etc all fail.
    > I've tried mixing this up a billion ways.
    > Lorin Tauss wrote:
    >> Hi Everyone....
    >> I tried to check in my file to the svn, but I couldnt work it
    out at
    >> all. Theres no way to do it through the trac interface is there?
    >> I tried to do it over PuTTY, but failed pretty dismally..... even
    >> created a project directory and stuff like it says in the tutorial.
    >> Has anyone else had a problem? Any ideas? Am I just being a
    total noob?
    >> Cheers,
    >> Lorin

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