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Trailing slash bug on windows shares

From: Dick Kruithof <dkkruithoftech_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-26 11:14:51 CEST

Hello everybody,

I believe the svn client (v. 1.4.3) has an problem with windows shares
(Win XP, in domain, connected to Win 2003 server). If an windows share is
contacted through file:///, the trailing slash is removed. If the
repository is located on the root of the share, this causes an error.
Path's that aren't in the root of the share can be contacted normally.

Specific commands that I used:

H:\>svn checkout file:///Q:/
svn: Unable to open an ra_local session to URL
svn: Unable to open repository 'file:///Q:'

***note the trailing slash is removed***

H:\>svn checkout file:///Q:/netos71/src/
A src\sflash
A src\sflash\sflash.c
A src\sflash\sflsem.c
A src\sflash\Makefile
A src\posix

Can somebody confirm that this is an bug, and maybe report it?


Dick Kruithof

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