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From: <Steve.Craft_at_sungard.com>
Date: 2006-12-22 15:40:46 CET

My all-Win32 users have Subversion 1.3.2, Tortoise 1.3.2. Subversion server
is 1.3.2 as well and accessed via Apache with client-side certificates for
SSL. Users (but not the server) use the ASP.NET "_" hack.

Somehow, the "_svn" directory is getting added to the repository, after
which time no one can commit or update except for the original
repository-corruptor. The original repository-corruptor cannot make changes
to the "_svn" directory files, but can manipulate the normal repository
content. I think I have narrowed the issue to something Tortoise may be
doing (or something users are doing with Tortoise), because it has never
happened to the svn-command-line-only users. I had asked a question like
this on the Subversion e'list a while back, but after investigating some
more I don't think it's a "plain Subversion" issue.

Can anyone weigh-in on what might/not be happening here?


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