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Colon next to host in subversion repository url

From: Levi Cameron - Alliance Software <levi_at_alliancesoftware.com.au>
Date: 2006-03-02 06:48:29 CET

  Tortoisesvn accepts a colon in the host name, so a url such
as "svn+ssh://user@host.com:/directory" is accepted; the unix
subversion client (tested with Fedora Core 3/v1.2.1 and
Debian/v1.2.3) treats the second colon as part of the host name,
and complains that "host.com:" doesn't exist. This causes problems
when you check out a file via samba, and then attempt to
manipulate your working copy with a via the command line.

  Can the tsvn be changed to match the behaviour of svn? (Or at
least warn that the second colon shouldn't be there)

Levi Cameron

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Received on Thu Mar 2 09:34:59 2006

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