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> > Interesting, I do see the files via the repo browser.
> > One question, you wrote "What you need to do now is check
> > these files out to a new location which
> > will give you a working copy - ie a copy of the files that
> > has a link to the repository." But it does not have to be a
> > new location, it could just as easily be the original
> > location of the files?
> You'll be warned if you are checking out to a location that is not empty,
> because SVN and TSVN work hard not to disturb local files that are not
> created by TSVN and SVN. Things work better if you start with an empty
> folder and let the system set it up for you by checking out.
A better method of importing a directory and turning it into a working
copy is described here: