RE: TortoiseSVN - Issues when working in a sub-dir within a WC - "svn: warning: W155007: '.' is not a working copy"
Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2011 03:23:32 -0500
UAC is not enabled in the machine – Company policy.
Attached you can find a zip file with the PROCMON .pml trace of the activity of the svn.exe command while performing the following actions:
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7600]
To get to that directory, I did WIN+R, opened the folder directly and from there I did ctrl-M to get a command prompt (thanks to your incredibly useful StEx).
As you can see in the attached screenshot, the folder is *not* showing the proper TSVN shell commands. I have to “click” to the root SVN CO folder (C:\WORKDOCS\DOCS_jaravj\PROJ\SVN_CO_Tort) to get the proper behavior… Sometimes though it’s enough to get “up” one or two levels to get the proper behavior working…
Hope this helps.
On 23.11.2011 17:37, javier dot jarava at rsa dot com wrote:
No, you don't necessarily. Vista introduced reduced access for Admins
> In any case, if it was some kind of permissions issue, why would things
A video doesn't help at all.
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