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Shared Working Copy Setup

From: Spike Henning <chenning_at_uwf.edu>
Date: 2006-10-18 20:27:46 CEST

I am attempting to set up a shared working copy for multiple programmers
to access on a network drive. I am aware that many people do not think
this is a good idea, but it's what I need for my environment.

There was no problem creating the repository and working copy (fsfs) and
accessing it myself. It turns out that when I access the same working
copy from another machine, TortoiseSVN on that machine is unaware that
the directory contains a working copy and won't give me any options to
update, commit, etc. I first thought it was a security issue because I
was logging in under a different set of credentials to see if there was
a problem there, which there was. I then logged in on that machine under
the same set of domain credentials I used when I first created the
repository/working copy and the directory (working copy) still isn't
recognized as a working copy it.

With the _svn (dot net hack) directory in the directory structure, why
doesn't TortoiseSVN recognize the directory as a working copy? What am I
doing wrong.

Spike Henning
NAUTICAL Project Coordinator
University of West Florida
(850) 857-6052 voice
(850) 474-2634 fax

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