Subversion repository creation shell script

I've updated my svn repository creation script, it now copies and imports the code.

Works for me, etc.

[code]#!/bin/sh

# Darren Beale – siftware.co.uk
# bealers@gmail.com

# Oct 06
# v0.2

# This simple script creates a folder structure
# containing /trunk /tags and /branches. It then places the
# contents of a folder specified by the user into the trunk,
# creates a subversion repository and imports the code.

# Use as you see fit

## change me
SVN_PASSWD_FILE=”/etc/subversion/passwd”
SVN_REALM=”SIFTWARE”
SVN_SERVER=”shrek”

if [ id -u != 0 ]; then
echo “You need to be root to run this script”
exit 1;
fi

echo
echo “You now need to enter the FULL path to the source code that you will be importing.”
echo “After importing the folder will be renamed but otherwise untouched.”
echo “Note: that the *contents* of this folder will be placed into the trunk for the new project.”
echo
echo -n “Path: ”
read SOURCE_PATH
echo

if [ ! -d $SOURCE_PATH ]; then

echo “That directory does not exist, exiting…”
exit 1;
fi

echo -n “Please enter the name of the repository that you would like to create: “;
read REPOSITORY_NAME

echo
echo “Copying source code”
cd /tmp
mkdir $REPOSITORY_NAME
cd $REPOSITORY_NAME
mkdir trunk tags branches
cd trunk
cp -Rp $SOURCE_PATH/* .

echo
echo “Renaming $SOURCE_PATH”
mv $SOURCE_PATH $SOURCE_PATH.pre.svn

echo
echo “Creating repository”

svnadmin create –fs-type fsfs /export/svn/$REPOSITORY_NAME

echo “[general]
password-db = $SVN_PASSWD_FILE
realm = $SVN_REALM”> /export/svn/$REPOSITORY_NAME/conf/svnserve.conf

cd /export/svn
chown -R svn:svn $REPOSITORY_NAME
find $REPOSITORY_NAME -type d -exec chmod 2770 {} ;

echo
echo “Importing…..”
cd /tmp/$REPOSITORY_NAME
/usr/bin/svn import . file:///export/svn/$REPOSITORY_NAME/

echo
echo “Done.”
echo
echo “You can Ctrl-D now, cd to your sandbox and checkout your project by typing:”
echo “svn co svn://$SVN_SERVER/$REPOSITORY_NAME/trunk $REPOSITORY_NAME”
echo
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