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Re: [TSVN] Re: symbolic links - unix to unix via Tortoise

From: Joseph Galbraith <galb_at_vandyke.com>
Date: 2005-08-09 17:02:09 CEST

Mark Richards wrote:
>>> However I'm uncertain if Samba is even used when
>>> SVN is accessed using Tortoise through the web interface.
>> Surely not, TSVN uses WebDAV or it's own protocol.
> When you use file:/// to reference the repository isn't that via Samba?
> My repository can be seen on a windows share via Samba.
> --
> Quite a nice list of references. Thank you.
> Looks like there may be something available in the Windows filesystem to
> maintain symbolic links. That would be nice if one wanted to run a
> repository on the windows filesystem and store unix files in it.

Actually, since symbolic links are not stored in the repository
as symbolic links, but rather as a subversion attribute and
some file data, I'm pretty sure symbolic links can be stored
in windows hosted repositories today.

They just can't be represented in a working copy created by
windows hosted client. (And what is available in the windows
filesystem today is inadequate to represent symbolic links.)



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