On 19 September 2011 13:31, Mark Lane <Mark.Lane_at_ttmc.co.uk> wrote:
> I'm getting the same error everytime I commit a project. I've looked on
> the web for possible suggestions/causes and the only thing I found was a
> forum which suggested this might be due to different versions running on the
> server and client. I've checked both my pc and the server and they are both
> 1.6.16. The commit appears to work fine, and the icons on the client update
> to the green tick ok (sometimes takes a few minutes). However, I'm not
> feeling confident in adopting Tortoise as our version control solution
> whilst I'm seeing these errors.
> I've attached the following:-
> screen shot showing error after a commit
> screen shot showing version on client pc (Windows 7 - 64 bit)
> screen shot showing version on server (Windows 2003 - 32 bit)
> Can you identify the problem? Please let me know if you require more
Apparently, your repository has a post-commit hook that is active, but is
referencing a file location that is not available. Check with the server
administrator for more info, as this is related to your local/server setup
and not subversion/TSVN related.
By the way, the screenshot titled 'SVN server version' does not show the
subversion version installed on your server, it shows the version number of
TSVN installed on the server (which is something different).
You get the subversion server version number by running 'svn -v' from a
command prompt on the server.
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Received on 2011-09-19 13:44:31 CEST