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RE: Re: "(no date)" shown in logmessage

From: <webpost_at_tigris.org>
Date: Tue, 12 May 2009 05:20:27 -0700 (PDT)

Ok. I'l try clearing the log cache?
I'm just in the beginning of SVN and for that reason I first played with the file:// format. At the moment I'm trying to start using svnserve (from C:\ of course ;-) ) but I can't change it before I solved this logproblem.

> But before you go too much further, don't use file:// access on a
> shared repository. Sooner or later it will bite you and trash the
> repository. I suggest putting the repo on a local (non-shared) drive
> on the server and using only svnserve to access it.

I read about this in the TortoiseSVN "handbook" and the redbook and I plan to change it, but currently I'm still working alone.

> And very nice of you to share the passwd file with us - I hope this is
> not a publicly accessible repository ...


Thank you!


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