Thank you for your reply.
Simon Large wrote:
> T E Schmitz wrote:
>>> I checked out a working copy of OFBiz from ofbiz.org. Tortoise does not
>> I need to rephrase this: I did not check the working copy out myself.
>> I downloaded a weekly snapshot, which is a zipped working copy.
> That seems a strange way of working. How was that WC produced?
The OFBiz people provide weekly snapshots as a convenience. I can only
presume that the developer checked the revision out with an svn client
and zipped it up. What version he used, I don't know.
In any case I would not be able to check a 100MB working copy out from
their repository as we are on a slow dial-up connection. The UK has only
99% ADSL coverage and we are in the 1% - 28Kbits/s at most.
>> I think this is some kind of version incompatibility. Working copies
>> (of other apps) which I checked out myself from our local server have
>> a tmp folder in the .svn folders. OFBiz' .svn folders don't contain a
>> tmp folder.
> Try svn status -v
"svn: Can't open '.svn/tmp/.classpath.tmp': The system cannot find the
> Try subversion 1.2.1 (binaries released today)
The whole world is trying to download it today - their server isn't
>> Question: As I said in my earlier posting, I downloaded Tortoise 1.2.1
>> but continue to have the same problem. Could that be because Tortoise
>> uses the old installation of Subversion (1.1.4)?
>> I am presuming Tortiose is "just" a front-end for the installed
> TortoiseSVN is a subversion client using the standard subversion
> libraries in exactly the same way as the command line client does. TSVN
> 1.2.1 uses the 1.2.1 subversion library.
OK, but it ships with these libraries rather than relying on svn being
installed. Therefore it should be neither here nor there which command
line version I have installed.
> Just to check, you did download the standard version of TSVN and not the
> .NET version, which uses _svn folders instead of .svn folders?
> And you did reboot after installing TSVN?
I downloaded the normal (.svn) version of Tortoise and rebooted. My
other working copies are handled just fine.
Just the OFBiz wc is bizarre. After installing 1.2.1 and rebooting, it
initially didn't show the overlay icons. As I go into the directories
and back up they begin to appear on the directories. Most or all files
> It seems that you have a strange working copy, and there's nothing we
> can do about that!
Is there any version of Subversion that is /not/ supposed to have a tmp
folder in the .svn folders? If there isn't, then this would indeed seem
a broken check-out.
Tarlika Elisabeth Schmitz
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Received on Fri Jul 22 20:36:33 2005