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RE: Commit multiple files from different folders

From: James Robertson <jamesr_at_cwa.co.nz>
Date: 2006-10-11 04:21:43 CEST

Stefen wrote:
> Does that mean you share the working copies not only between clients but
> also between different OS (windows/linux)? You should not do that!
> Working copies can't be shared between OS - there are issues which you
> will run into that can corrupt the working copies (especially if you
> have set the svn:eol-style property on some files).

Thanks Stefen.

Our working-copies all sit on Linux servers, which we normally access from or Windows PCs via Windows filesharing (Samba) using
TortoiseSVN. All our files and text-editors are set to use UNIX line ending only. Occasionally, I want to be able to access a
working-copy from the Linux command line on the server. I figure that, so long as all the clients we use (ie. Linux command-line and
TortoiseSVN) use the same version of the SVN client library (1.3), this should be fine.

If you can see any specific problems (apart from EOL - which we can fairly simply resolve) with this usage pattern, I would be very
grateful to know.


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