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Re: Bug with appending network checkout directory

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-06-30 13:09:51 CEST

James.Booze@k12.sd.us wrote:
>>> 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
> happen...
> 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.

I won't say 'fixed' this time, but I committed a change in r9929 which
(at least for me) now makes this work correctly. Please test if it also
fixes the problem for you.


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