> Hello, I'm a newcomer to svn and TortoiseSVN although I'm familiar
> with their CVS cousins.
> I'm experiencing a problem that's discussed in a thread on the groups
> entitled "Tortoisesvn 1.5.1 Checkout" broken. The problem appears to
> be that when performing a checkout from the server a file is pulled to
> the windows temporary directory. Sadly though it appears there is a
> space missing between the temporary directory and the URL for the
> checkout source, creating an invalid windows filename!
Can't find that thread??
> Stefan closes the thread saying "Fixed in r13517, backported to 1.5.x
> in r13518" back on July 22nd. Last night I upgraded to the latest
> TortoiseSVN binary package, 22.214.171.12461 so I'm pretty sure I'm
> supposed to have the fix.
> Is it because I created a new tunnel protocol that uses a specific ssh
> tunnel and key for this protocol? A complete description of how I did
> this can be found here http://www.sharpstep.com/Articles/HostMonster-svn/#client_install.
> Other operations such as browsing the repository and even adding files
> to a checked out folder seem to work correctly.
> I'm really sorry if this problem has already been addressed and I've
> missed it.
You've described extensively what you *think* is happening, but not what
*actually* happens! Basically, you've left out all the important
* what are you trying to do? (ok, checking out, but from which url, to
* what's the error message you get?
* if no error message: what happens during checkout?
In short: what exactly doesn't work?
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Received on 2008-12-03 08:16:34 CET