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Re: Using Various Versions of Tortoise within a Team

From: Dave Schinkel <dschinkel_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 13 May 2011 10:13:30 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks but it's still not clear to me what you're saying. Speak in terms for
a beginner.

Also where's this user's forum?

Why would anyone other than one's self be using a single working copy? If I
check out code, I'm usually the only one using that local copy.

I'm still lost here. Maybe you can paint a real-life story / use-case for

Stefan Küng wrote:
> On 06.05.2011 23:39, Dave Schinkel wrote:
>> On any team I've worked with in the past as well as I've setup
>> Subversion before for a team, we've always just gone and downloaded the
>> latest tortoise svn version. It never caused an issue period. So why do
>> I see this in your FAQs <http://tortoisesvn.net/faq.html#multiclients>?
>> "But you can only use different clients if they all use the same version
>> of the Subversion library. The version of the Subversion library that
>> TortoiseSVN uses is indicated in the filename of the installer, other
>> clients have similar indications. You have to make sure that those
>> versions match each other in the first two digits. For example, all
>> clients using Subversion 1.6.x can be used together (the 'x' indicates
>> that this number is not relevant for compatibility)." ok.....can you
>> explain why? you don't state the reason. So obviously Subversion 1.4
>> might be different than 1.6. So what can or has happened if you have
>> lets say one person on 1.4.2 and another on 1.6.1 or something like that?
> This question is not about developing TSVN and therefore belongs to the
> users list.
> But answering your question: the FAQ clearly states that it's about
> "different Subversion clients with the same working copy". In your
> situation, you have different working copies because every one in your
> team has his/her own working copy. So that FAQ doesn't apply.
> Different SVN versions use different versions for the working copy
> metadata. Older clients can't read the format of newer clients. That's
> what this FAQ is about.
> But there's no problem using different SVN client-versions with
> different working copies because all clients are compatible with the
> *server* versions, i.e. when accessing the repository on the server.
> Stefan
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