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RE: Problems with "svn status" command and NTFS junction points

From: Boris <boris_at_kafana.org>
Date: 2004-02-29 03:38:11 CET

I did some additional testing and realized that the svn commit command also
can't handle NTFS junction points.

C:\MySvnLinkDir>svn add MyFile.txt
A MyFile.txt

C:\MySvnLinkDir>svn commit -m "Test Message."
svn: 'C:' is not a working copy

Of course it succeeded from the original working directory:
C:\MySvnLinkDir>cd C:\Path\To\MySvnWokingCopyDir

C:\Path\To\MySvnWokingCopyDir>svn commit -m "Test Message."
Adding MyFile.txt
Transmitting file data .
Committed revision 24.

>>> Has anybody else had similar problems, and is anybody using svn client
with
>>> NTFS junction points?
>>I get results different from yours (but still puzzling):
>> C:\testjunc> svn status -u
>> ~ S 97 .
>> Status against revision: 97

That's what I'm getting (or at least something similar) when I run "svn
stat" without any additional flags.
C:\MySvnLinkDir>svn stat
~ S .

- Boris

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