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Re: [TSVN] After reinstalling W2K, my Working Copy is not recognized as a SVN Checkedout

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-23 21:51:18 CEST

Tony Lim wrote:
> I had to reinstall my W2K on the “C” drive. Luckily, my Working Copy is
> on the “D” drive. After reinstalling the W2K, my Working Copy is no
> longer recognizing as a SVN Checked Out directory. I still have changes
> I made in my Working Copy that I have to commit to the Repository. How
> can I set my Working Copy to be recognized as a Checked Out directory?
> Appreciate your help.

This usually happens when you install not the right version. Either you
have installed the special '_svn' version for VS.NET before, or you
installed that version now. Those two versions have incompatible working
copies.

Just install the same version as you did before (you still can use the
latest version, but use the correct package (VS.NET or the original).

Stefan

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