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Re: Problem accessing WC through network drive

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-02 19:56:11 CEST

On 6/2/06, Eric Hanchrow <offby1@blarg.net> wrote:
> >>>>> "Chris" == Chris <krishnou-PkbjNfxxIARBDgjK7y7TUQ@public.gmane.org> writes:
> Chris> When I right click a WC file/folder I have the "non WC
> Chris> context menu" (e.g. SVN Checkout, ...) instead of having
> Chris> the "WC context menu" (e.g. Commit, Update ...) It acts
> Chris> as if the files were not an actual WC, although the svn
> Chris> hidden directories are there.
> Chris> The weird thing is that everything works fine on my
> Chris> collegue's PC (he has the correct context menu).
> I can think of two possibilities:
> * TortoiseSVN by default doesn't show its special icons on network
> drives, because doing so would take rather a long time. But you can
> tell it to show them anyway by fiddling something in its config
> dialog. Perhaps if you did that you'd also get to see the correct
> context menu.
> * Perhaps your co-worker is using a pre-release version of TortoiseSVN
> or svn, which is based in subversion 1.4.x, and hence his working
> copy's .svn/format file contains a number greater than 4 -- if
> that's the case, either beg him to downgrade, or switch to that new
> version yourself. (I think begging him to downgrade is safer --
> after all, 1.4.x hasn't been officially released)

I think you'd have to re-create the WC with a new checkout as well.

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