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

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_slarge.plus.com>
Date: 2005-04-18 11:10:05 CEST

Johannes Eble wrote:
>> What is the repository URL that you are trying to connect to? Is it
>> a 'file:///' access?
> Yes.
> file:///e:/ ... And so on. And no, it's no share
>> But that somehow you cannot make the VS.NET client access the repos.
>> created with the regular SVN client?
> Yes. More, I can't make the VS.NET client access its own repositories.
> o;

Can I just get this straight:
Create repository using SVN.
Checkout using TSVN (.svn) is OK.
Checkout using TSVN (_svn) makes a broken WC.

Create repository using TSVN (_svn)
Checkout using TSVN (_svn) also makes a broken WC.

Have I got that right?

>> Or is there some confusion over what is a working copy, and what is
>> a repository?
> No. I know the difference. And I know about .svn vs. _svn. But this
> dosn't imply that repositories are incompatible. They *should be*
> compatible among SVN, TSVN and TSVN_VSNET, right?

Absolutely. As Tim said, it is only the WC that is different. Sounds
like the 'special needs' version is broken.


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