Ger Teunis wrote:
> 1. How do I create a 'remote repository' using tortoiseSVN.
> TortoiseSVN only seems to be able to create local repositories?
> (I'm not using linux' svnadmin to create the repository)
Creating local repositories is what this command was intended for. It
might well work on a network share, but I have never tried it. It
definitely won't work if you are accessing the repository through
http:// or svn://. You have to do it on the server then.
> 2. When I diff a file it always has on the 'server' side a LF ending
> on the client side a CRLF ending.
> This results in a completely changed file. (I've changed the
> and eol-style options, no result). Is it possible to configure
> TorToiseSVN to open the 'server side' file with CRLF line endings?
> (using the ignore the line-endings option isn't a option, because I
> copy/paste from the left side now and then, with the incorrect
Setting auto-props only affects files which are added to the repository.
Files already in there will not be affected. You need to set the
svn:eol-style property on every text file in the repository to native.
> 3. Committing multiple projects results in a
> "There are changes inside one or more directories which you have
> included with svn:externals. Those files are NOT listed for commit.
> You need to commit those files separately" error.
> I'd really like to commit multiple projects at once. Is this possible?
You can commit multiple projects at once only if they are in the same
repository. If they are in different repositories you have to commit
separately. That is a feature of Subversion, not TSVN. If projects are
closely related and you want them committed together in one atomic
operation, you should put them in the same repository.
Of course, if they are already in the same repo and they have a common
parent, you can just commit the parent folder. TSVN shows you a list of
changed files and folders and lets you select what to include in the
> 4. Is it somehow possible to copy/paste within the internal Diff/Merge
> program? I now use the WinMerge application for this (great product
No. TortoiseMerge has no editing features, and we don't plan to add any.
We recommend you use a 3rd party tool (like WinMerge :-)
> 5. In TortoiseCVS I was able to use diff in the Revision graph, it
> this planned to be implemented in the TorToiseSVN?
Yes, it is already implemented in v1.2.0 which will be released later
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Received on Wed Jun 1 17:16:49 2005