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Re: repository creation woes

From: Gavin Lambert <tsvn_at_mirality.co.nz>
Date: 2006-08-21 01:53:52 CEST

Quoth Andy Dingfelder:
> if #1 does work, it has the benefit of not needing VNC but still has
> the limitation that you must know the command line syntax. That is ok
> for me but the other developers want an "easy" (GUI) interface. Besides
> which, if it (svnadmin) "can" be run remotely, why can't TortoiseSVN do
> admin commands (such as repository creation) remotely as well?

As Andy Levy pointed out, you can also browse to the desired location
via UNC path or mapped drive and then use TSVN's Create Repository Here

And there are certain commands (such as hotcopy of a BDB repository, or
recover on any repository) that can't safely be executed remotely unless
the server has been shut down and nobody is accessing the repository via
file:// protocol.

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