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Re: [TSVN] Svn command line works, Tortoisesvn fails

From: Luke Tymowski <ltymowski_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-27 14:31:03 CEST

Hello Simon,

> > Commit failed (details follow):
> > Unable to open an ra_local session to URL
> > Unable to open repository 'file:/// etc etc'

My Svn repository is on my d drive d:\svn
I checkout files to a working directory d:\wrkdir

The Svn URI is file:///svn/project/Build

The file I edited is file:///svn/project/Build/dailyBuild.bat in the repository
But actually is d:\wrkdir\project\Build\dailyBuild.bat

If I commit that edit using svn, it works.
svn commit -m "Added a comment"

If I right click on the file and use Tortoisesvn, it fails with
Unable to open repository 'file:///svn/project/Build/dailyBuild.bat'

> Presumably Check for modifications works ok until you ask it to check
> the repository?

Yes. In Windows Explorer the folder and file icons have the correct
Tortoise icons.
But if I right click and use Tortoise to "Check for Modifications" it fails.

Received on Tue Sep 27 14:33:36 2005

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