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RE: Re: Bug with appending network checkout directory

From: <James.Booze_at_k12.sd.us>
Date: 2007-06-28 18:37:43 CEST

> > Now I noticed a bug with the automatic checkout directory appending.
> > When checking out from a network location (\\home\project$), if you
> > browse to a repository and select a folder to checkout the
> automatic
> > checkout location is created as a relative location (\ProjectA)
> > instead of what I would expect (\\home\project$\ProjectA).
> Fixed in revision 9850.

I just updated to 9903 (I've been gone for a few days) and it still
appears to act the same way as before.

In case it will help, here are more specifics on how I'm getting this to

In my case, I have a default repository URL (http://a/reposA). When I go
to \\server\c$ (as an example of a network path) in windows explorer,
right-click and then select SVN Checkout the initial checkout path is
created properly (\\server\c$\reposA). Then I click the button to browse
the repository and click OK. The checkout directory is now empty. Ok, I
cancel out of the dialog and try again. This time, in the repository
browser I select a subfolder (http://a/reposA/f1) and click OK. Now the
checkout directory is \f1 instead of \\server\c$\f1.

> > Additionally, clicking cancel from the repository browser while
> > checking out from \\home\project$ clears the checkout directory
> > textbox, where that doesn't happen with drive letters.
> Should be fixed in revision 9851. Not sure though, I couldn't
> reproduce this, maybe because I didn't quite get what you did
> from your description or I did something else wrong. But as
> of r9851, if the repo browser is canceled, the checkout
> dialog is not changed anymore.

That's perfect! Thanks!

-- James Booze

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Received on Thu Jun 28 18:37:45 2007

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