note to self on nuts and bolts
on local file system:
create the folder structure you want (if you're copying an existing local instance of an svn project, you have to delete the .svn file from each folder in that project)
on command line,
cd to parent folder of the one you want to add (that parent folder has to already be in svn)
svn add FOLDER_YOU_WANT_TO_ADD
svn commit -m "message about adding new folder"
There are three files in the site which contain database connection strings:
In each of these three files, the values for the database connection string have been replaced with placeholders. You have to make a copy of each of those files with the following names:
In the copies, substitute the correct values for your connection string.
If the folder is in svn (which it probably is), you'll need to use svn add to add each of the files to the repo, then do your svn commit.
viHistory is a web site that is a teaching, learning and research tool. It's principally about the history of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, but it is also a vehicle for exploring the larger field of Canadian history during the late 19th and early part of the 20th century. It allows census, directory and tax assessment roll data from the late 19th and early 20th centuries to be searched in many ways. It also incorporates IMaP to display historical maps. The project director is Dr. Patrick A. Dunae.
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