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Re: [TSVN] VS.NET version of TortoiseSVN doesn't recognize plain SVN repository?

From: SteveKing <stefankueng_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-18 10:17:05 CEST

2005/4/18, Johannes Eble <johannes@eble.biz>:

> I have just installed Subversion on my WinXP computer. Everything is
> local. The 'normal'
> SVN seems to work fine. I could create a local repository, I could
> check out, commit, status and so on.
> Then I installed TortoiseSVN (the .NET version since I plan to use it
> with VS.NET too). But it doesn't seem to recognize the 'Plain' SVN's
> repository.

Just because you're using VS.NET doesn't mean you need the special
TSVN version. *ONLY*, and really *ONLY* if you use web projects in
VS.NET, then you need that special version. Otherwise use our official

> Is it really true that TortoiseSVN doesn't recognise it? What can I do
> to use this repository from both versions concurrently (I don't hope
> that they are incompatible, after all)?

It's stated clearly everywhere the special version is mentioned: they
*are* incompatible!
The special version uses '_svn' folders, the official version uses the
'.svn' folders which all Subversion client use.


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