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Re: [TSVN] Bad? behaviour report

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-12-04 19:35:19 CET

Fernando P. Nájera Cano wrote:

> 4. In the SVN Checkout, everything works until the first folder with
> externals is reached (as expected). Then TortoiseSVN just "hangs"
> without message (unexpected)
> 5. Then try to update or re-update the WC you've just created: it just
> reaches the same folder, and it happens the same.

That's very strange. If the CL client throws an error, then TSVN usually
does that too.

So here's what I tried (can't 'move' a repository to another location
really, but...):

- create a repository
- add some files and folders
- commit
- set svn:externals to 'extfolder'
   (that computer has a valid repository at that url)
- commit
- update the working copy: the externals are fetched as expected.
- remove the working copy
- shut down the computer
- checkout the working copy again:
   it hangs for about 5 seconds when it tries to fetch the externals,
   then I get an error dialog 'PROPFIND: ...'

> Tried with the latest nightly build.
Can you try again with the latest?
Oh, and just 'latest nightly build' doesn't really help. Even in one day
there are sometimes many changes in TSVN so at least the date or better
the build number would be needed.


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