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Re: which svn client does Tortoise use?

From: Dave Lawrence <dlawrence_at_ad-holdings.co.uk>
Date: 2006-06-16 18:35:15 CEST

The TortoiseSVN Client contains the Subversion client, it does not make
calls to any other SVN Client you have running on your system.

Bring up the "about" dialogue box and you will see which version of
Subversion that TortoiseSVN has been linked with.

Clickgstroud wrote:
> The question might seem strange but I'm wondering which svn client does
> Tortoise use if the repository sits on a box that is access through http and
> served up by Apache. The box of course has both the svnadmin and client
> loaded. If I have been authenticated and let's say I'm just browsing the
> repository from my PC using Tortoise does it use the local copy of the svn
> client or does it use the client located on the server that contains the
> repository. Again I'm using Apache across https to access the repository.
> The reason I'm asking this question is to determine if it's important to keep
> the user PC's versions of Subversion up to date. If Tortoise is making the
> call to the api off the server and not the clients PC then it doesn't sound
> like it's important to keep them in sync with the version on the server.
> Thanks in advance
> Greg

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Received on Fri Jun 16 18:45:33 2006

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