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

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2005-09-27 15:35:35 CEST

Luke Tymowski wrote:
>>the drive letter is missing. This 'works' with the CL client as long
>>as the repository is on the same drive as your working copy, but it
>>will fail with the CL client too if you use absolute paths.
> I tried using the drive letter but it failed.

Drive letter *and* forward slashes?

> It now works, however. :)
> What I did to make it work:
> - deleted my repository
> - deleted my working directory
> - recreated the repository using Tortoise instead of svn
> - imported data into the repository using Tortoise
> - checked out data into my working directory using Tortoise

TortoiseSVN and the command line client are compatible. You should
*never* have to do anything as drastic as that. The worst case should be
a fresh checkout using TSVN, although you can just use the Relocate
command to update the URLs to what they should be, and keep the same
working copy.

> When using Tortoise I used the browser dialog to select
> files/folders/etc instead of typing anything in manually. The problem
> was probably SUE.

Using the repo browser is a good way to ensure you get the correct URL.


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Received on Tue Sep 27 15:37:47 2005

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