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Re: Tortoise with NTLM Authentification and Subversion

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-07-27 20:10:16 CEST

karsten@gresch.de wrote:

> Unfortunately the following happens: After a local copy pointing to a
> 1.3.2 repository has changed via the Tortoise 1.4 nightly build,
> other SVN clients (Subclipse, AnkhSVN) complain that the client's
> version is too old and won't recognise the local copy as under SVN
> control.
> This probably happens because there seems to be information stored in
> the metadata of the local copy about the SVN version of the
> repository (???).

Exactly. You can read about it in our (currently not linked from the
main page since 1.4.0 hasn't been released yet) release notes for the
upcoming 1.4.0 version:
(see "compatibility concerns" at the bottom of the page).

> Anyway, for us this means we need to compile 1.3.5. on our side,
> which would be much more fun if we hadn't so much other stuff to
> do... What a pity there's no archive of the nightly builds ;-)

Just out of curiosity: what would you pay for someone to compile it for
you? I'm asking because I was thinking of offering such a service to
companies (custom installers with e.g. preset configurations, different
default values, special 'fixes' like yours now, ...)


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