On Dec 5, 3:30 am, Simon Large <simon.tortoise..._at_googlemail.com>
> 2008/12/4 skeeve <henne..._at_web.cs.ndsu.nodak.edu>:
> > I have three problems that I suspect are related.
> Would you like to tell us what those problems are?
enforcer.py aborts, icon-free directories, bogus (?) client too old
> I don't know anything about enforcer.py. All I can tell from this is
> that it finds an error. you would need to ask the enforcer.py author
> about that.
> > Two of my subdirectories are now icon-free zones:
> > I tried to get util's icons back by renaming
> > it and using svn update util.
> > Still no icons.
> What do you mean by 'no icons'? No icon overlays, or no icons at all?
Most of my files don't have icons that I pay attention to,
so, except for the folder icons, I often think of the tortoise
overlays as *the* icons.
> > Now, I'm not sure when it changed, TortoiseSVN
> > isn't allowed to try to do anything in the util subdirectory.
> > I get an error message saying that my client
> > is too old to work with my working copy.
> > That is silly. I've never updated subversion or tortoise.
> What version of TSVN and what version of svn are you using (svn --version)?
TorsoiseSVN 184.108.40.20692 (32 bit) (from Add or Remove Programs on XP)
svn, version 1.5.1 (r32289)
compiled Jul 25 2008, 11:19:53
The latter suggests that I did update subversion even though I don't
Are the versions compatible?
I'm sure I didn't intentionally update in the last couple months.
Is that something that could happen through automatic updates?
Some of my subversion directories are dated Nov. 10.
My last update seems to have been Nov. 5.
If the svn and tortoise versions are not compatible, at least one
mystery is solved.
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Received on 2008-12-08 10:41:09 CET