Am 02.11.2009 12:26, Simon Large schrieb:
> 2009/11/2 Ulf Zibis <Ulf.Zibis_at_gmx.de>:
>> Am 02.11.2009 11:06, Simon Large schrieb:
>>> 2009/11/2 Ulf Zibis <Ulf.Zibis_at_gmx.de>:
>>>> How to find out version of WC ?
>>>> I remember, there was some info in some file of .svn folder, but I don't
>>>> find it in my current 1.6 WC.
>>> "Check for Modifications" dialog perhaps?
>> THanks, but I don't think, this would help, if my subversion (Tortiose
>> or other) client says: "This client is too old to work with working copy
>> '...' "
>> I'm looking for a solution, without being dependant on any SVN software.
> Then you are asking in the wrong place. If you want to find out about
> the internal workings of subversion you need to ask on the subversion
> users list.
From this line up to the end, you answer to the wrong place. ;-)
So I'm free to stay here for my answer.
BTW.: Some time ago I had same problem and I got perfect answer here,
But I don't remember the date of the post, and I wasn't able to find it
when searching in this list's archive.
> But the format will be different for each version so you
> will have to state which version your WC is using. Why do you want to
> find the subversion version number without using subversion?
1. subversion client says: "This client is too old to work with working
copy ..." (Didn't I post this before?)
2. helping a colleague, who has tool where svn client is build in, but
doesn't know version. If I could get this info from one of his "entries"
files, I could inform him, which version alternative client must have to
use in parallel, without destroying usage by the existing tool.
> If you
> can't use subversion then the WC is never going to be up to date
Of course, I can use most highest svn version, but after that, ths wc
will be corrupt for clients with lower version.
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