On Mar 15, 2010, at 10:52 AM, Martin wrote:
> First apologies, for I have done this the wrong way round and reported it already (http://subversion.tigris.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=3604).
> On Windows(Vista) it is possible to mount a partition (partition on the local / build-in drive) as a folder, instead of assigning it a drive letter.
> In my setup I partitioned the build-in harddisk, making 2 partitions:
> partition 1 has the drive-letter C:
> partition 2 is mounted as C:\data (C:\data has to be created as empty folder first, then the partition can be mounted)
> If I try to checkout (new checkout) of a repository into C:\data I get:
> - A warning which is correct:
> the folder is not empty (because there are some system folders, such as volume-info and recycle bin).
> I confirm that I still want to continue and this does work
> - An error (which I believe to be a bug)
> C:\data' already exists and is not a directory
> Similar if I copy (including hidden .svn folders) an existing checked out repository into C:\data some svn function (such as update or log) do no longer work (they still work on individual sub directories).
> If you try "show log" on a repository copied into such a folder, tortoise claims "'C:' is not a working copy" => despite executing the command on "C:\data" (again subfolders in c:\data (that are part of the checkout) do work
Have you tried:
1) Reporting this to the TortoiseSVN list? It is a separate project, with it's own mailing lists.
2) Reproducing the bug using the Subversion command line client? A reproduction script using the command line client would help a dev address the issue much quicker.
Received on 2010-03-16 15:18:00 CET