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Re: Missing Error Messages

From: Arthur Schwarz <aschwarz1309_at_att.net>
Date: Wed, 1 Dec 2010 07:28:31 -0800 (PST)

Thanks for the response.

After I edit the Settings file ('svn=svn') there is no change in behavior. The
diagnostic message output still says to update the Settings file and the
[tunnels] section. It looks like the Settings file is ignored by TSVN or is read
once, perhaps when the Explorer window is opened, and then not read again.

I forgot to look in the log file to see if there is anything there. I will do
that when I get to work.

My Settings file is also in the Subversion folder and my default editor is also
Notepad.

art

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From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
Sent: Wed, December 1, 2010 1:32:00 AM
Subject: Re: Missing Error Messages

On 30 November 2010 23:42, Arthur Schwarz <aschwarz1309_at_att.net> wrote:
> I have the same issues as Janus Weil <janus_at_gcc.gnu.org> in his message
> of 13 Mar 2010.

You don't make it easy for us. That message was not even on this
mailing list but on the users_at_subversion mailing list.

> I've got an error and I'd like to see the messaging. The
> diagnostic output says that I can expand the error output by adding a '-q'
> option to the '[tunnels]' section of the configuration file and that the
> configuration file is constructed like an '*.ini' file - although I may have
> read this last bit from other documentation. Where is the configuration file
> and what is it's name? I've looked in '/Program Files' and '/Documents and
> Settings/<me>/Applications/Subversion/config', and I've used the edit
> settings option (right-click -> TortoiseSVN -> Settings -> Edit) which
> references the config file and can't seem to find anything like a .ini
> file.The /Applications/TortoiseSVN is likewise lacking.

Works for me. TSVN->Settings->General->Edit (subversion configuration
file) opens the config file in my default text editor (Notepad). I can
see a [tunnels] section there, although it is still all commented out
in mine as I don't use svn+ssh. What happens when you click that
button?

BTW on my XP system the file is located at {Application
Data}\Subversion\config (no file extension)

> I've looked at the patch (no reference to a configuration file) but would
> not like to rebuild TortoiseSVN unless absolutely necessary because then I
> will have a non-standard build which has no longevity.
>
> I'll keep hunting but if you can spare the time to tell a newbie where the
> configuration file is and maybe, where a reference to the file is located in
> the documentation, this would be most, most helpful.

Simon

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