On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 03:18, Jean-Marc van Leerdam
> Hi Rohit,
> 2009/10/28 Rohit.K <passionate_programmer_at_hotmail.com>:
>> What should I do?
> Do not mix different SVN clients in the same working copy. Either let
> the Eclipse plugins handle all version control, or don't use the
> plugins and solely use TSVN.
As long as all the clients use the same Subversion version & formats
at the core, you can do this. I use 3 different clients (TSVN,
Subclipse & the command-line) with most of my WCs.
> TSVN is using a newer working copy format compared to the plugins. So
> either you need to upgrade the plugins (if there are newer versions
> available) or you need to make a fresh checkout using the plugins. ANd
> then remember to not touch the working copy with TSVN anymore...
What's making things worse in this case is the OP is not using an
actual SVN server - he's using file:/// for everything and created the
repository with Tortoise's "create repository here".
> Personally I've never yet used Subclipse or any other SVN plugin as I
> want to keep full control over my version control actions. Therefor I
> only use TSVN. But your mileage may vary.
> Oh, and you may want to read up on the basics of Subversion version
> control and TSVN.
>  - svnbook.red-bean.com
>  - press F1 in any TSVN dialog or go to http://tortoisesvn.net/support
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Received on 2009-10-28 11:36:48 CET