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Re: Are there windows clients yet?

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-06-28 21:43:52 CEST

Mats Nilsson <mats.nilsson@xware.se> writes:

> Speaking of file:///. Out of curiosity I checked out the M2 baseline and
> gave it a try (WinNT).
> In order to make basic operations work, it seemed I had to make a change to
> ra_local/split_url.c (svn_ra_local__split_URL) where I skip the third '/',
> making url and fs_path contain d:/repos, instead of /d:/repos.

Yeah, we've kinda been around this before. Obviously, if you are
dealing with a repository that's on the same drive as the working
copy, you should just omit the drive letter and colon altogether. As
far as accessing across drives go, I'm not sure where the conversation
last left off. We may have to code around that, but I think the key
lies in somewhere in APR.

> Was it never the intention to support windows style filenames, or am I
> completely off track here?

Ouch. Keep in mind that we fully support Windows-style filenames
where Windows-style filenames are used. It's where URLs are used that
things get a bit hairy.

> Another issue, has the problem with Berkley DB on Windows98 been resolved?
> I tried to find that old mailing list message using the web interface, but
> it gave me a completely unrelated message.

I am not aware of that problem being resolved. I'll check it after
sending this mail, and if you *don't* read otherwise, assume it still
does not work for me. :-)

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