> On 17 October 2011 12:44, Mirko Zettl <m dot zettl at hseb-dresden dot de> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > just a question: We are using working-copyies via subst-ed drives, for
> > splitting and fast access of deep WCs. After upgrade to 1.7-WC the subst-ed
> > folders are "unversioned". Is there a way to implement a detection of the
> > root-WC also on subst-ed drives?
> No, I don't think so. 1.6 WCs had a .svn folder within every folder of
> your WC. 1.7 does not as it uses a single database in the WC root. And
> in Windows there is no way to navigate above the root of a subst drive
> to find it.
> Out of interest, why do you use a subst drive for this if you already
> have the full WC checked out? Doesn't a simple shortcut to open the
> folder at a particular point work just as well?
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thank you for your reply.
There is a way to query the path of a substed drive - look for this article "Get Absolute Path of Drive mapped to local folder" at http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en/netfxnetcom/thread/e43cc927-4bcc-42d7-9630-f5fdfdb4a1fa
The background of our strategy is working with different releases of our libs mapped to drive "L:", so we can switch with one click between releases without reconfiguration of our IDEs (searchpathes, buildscripts etc.). Additionally we have a drive "P:" which represents projects and applications. All that is under our root-project WC with trunk, releases and tags located at C:\Working. I hope you could get the picture...
Big thank you for your work!
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Received on 2011-10-17 16:03:49 CEST