On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 12:24, Eni Oken <eni_at_enioken.com> wrote:
> I have the following issue:
> 1) Needed to do a fresh checkout on to a new local computer (Windows).
> 2) The checkout is enormous an is always crashing because Windows gets confused with one file name or another (weird characters).
> 3) clean up wasn't doing the trick, every time I started the checkout it would start the huge download all over again and crash again.
> 5) So I logged into the server with ssh client. Checked out ON TO THE SERVER. Then used ftp to just dump the entire checked out thing on to my local machine.
> 6) However, there is one more step needed: now if I am to do an update, the address svn+ssh refers to localhost. I want to indicate that it should now change all the folders info to check the proper remote server.
> Do I use "switch" or "relocate"? (Or something else?) It seems like relocate is more for situations when the repository has changed (but in a way, it relatively has).
> I DON'T want to compromise the repository, for it is an active live site.
Fix the root of the problem (#2), don't just attempt to avoid it. If
it's truly a bad filename tripping up on Windows, then you aren't
going to get around it by checking out elsewhere and copying to
Windows - you'll just delay the inevitable. The problem will come back
next time you do an update.
Fix those "weird characters" in the repository.
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Received on 2009-03-27 17:57:09 CET