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a k m shamsudoha
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hi

basically i need to know , how to compare the source code in SVN with a target server that has the source at rest in java. I can compare the source file of two different directory. But when i install svn in ubuntu, i check in and check out the project , i can not find the project directory in svn.that's why i can not give the proper localtion to compare the file.please give me an idea about how to accomplise th ejob without check out the project


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Subversion doesn't store data in raw files so you can't just do a file compare. Are you able to connect to the repository.

Why don't you want to check out the project?
 
a k m shamsudoha
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i don't want to check out the project for some reason,if the project size is so large then it will take much time on checking out the project.so this is the correct way to link up the two repository and finally find the difference with the diff comment. is right or not.if right please give me the exact command
 
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