> El 10 Jun 2009 a las 8:59, Ignacio G. T. escribió:
> > El 9 Jun 2009 a las 17:43, Bolstridge, Andrew escribió:
> > > > -----Original Message-----
> > > > From: Ignacio G. T
> > > >
> > > > Conceptually, the second tree should be a sub-tree of the first one:
> > > > when I tag a version, it should refer to a precise photograph of both
> > > > trees, when I branch, it should branch both trees, etc. But Windows
> > > > does not have real links, and I haven't
> > > > found a satisfactory solution yet (well, actually I'm playing with
> > > > something called linkd.exe, but there are some quirks.)
> > >
> > > NTFS does support links but they're not that well 'docmented'. Go to
> > > sysinternals.com and download junction.exe which allows you to set and
> > > view these links.
> > Thank you, Andrew. I lost sight of sysinternals many years ago.
> > I'll give it a try.
> Well, I have tried junction.exe and it appears to work well with
> svn: I can add and commit linked files and directories from the
> command prompt.
> The problem is: it does not work with TortoiseSVN (neither
> linkd.exe). Or, better said, TortoiseSVN does not appear to work
> well with junctioned / linkded directories.
> But that's another list, so I'll post there...
Oh, my. I've been told in TortoiseSVN mailing list that the problem is not in TortoiseSVN itself, but in the svn lib, which seemes to belong to *this* mailing list.
So, I have a situation where NTFS trees with junction-ed directories on XP machines work fine (at least from my point of view) using bare svn commands (add, commit, update, status), but do not work that fine using TortoiseSVN commands (at least add and commit), apparently because svn lib does not support them well.
Is there any hope for me? Am I the only Windows XP user in this situation?
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Received on 2009-06-16 17:05:38 CEST