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Re: Handling of fat32

From: Michael Stather <stather.external_at_onespin-solutions.com>
Date: 2006-04-06 14:38:23 CEST

Stefan Küng wrote:

>On 4/6/06, Michael Stather <stather.external@onespin-solutions.com> wrote:
>>>The best thing you can do is:
>>>* use a separate working copy for each OS you're using, on 'native'
>>>partitions to that OS
>>>* never access a repository or working copy on a partition that's not
>>>fully supported by the OS
>>Yes I know it´s windows-only.
>>But my problem is that svn exits when it can´t write the file
>>permissions, and how do you actually handle this?
>>I mean svn will always fail under a fat32 partition, how have you got it
>>to work?
>>Is there a command-line switch to svn? Or a compile-option?
>Did you actually *read* my answer? No? Please do!
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Yes, I did read your answer very well. Sorry I don´t understand why you
write this as an answer, if you don´t want to help me nobody forces you
to do so.
Although I don´t understand what I did wrong.
I do want to share my repository among windows and linux if it´s possible.
And I know that the svn included in TortoiseSVN can use fat32
partitions. Even if svn fails when not being able to set the permissions.
So my question just was "how do you do it"? Perhaps it´s better to use
seperate working copies but if there´s a way to share it it would be
much easier.

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Received on Thu Apr 6 14:38:44 2006

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