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Re: BUG (?) with file URL

From: Paul <alabamapaul_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-20 20:08:14 CET

On 3/20/07, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> wrote:
> Paul wrote:
> > I looked at the TSVN issue tracker, and did not see anything like this...
> > Using v1.4.2 of the Subversion command line client, I created the
> > local WC using the following command:
> > svn checkout file:///svn-repos/apps/project001/trunk \project001\wc
> That *only* works if the CWD (current working directory) is set to where
> you want to check out your working copy. The command line client always
> has the CWD set to where it starts from. That's the case for all console
> applications.

Only works if the current DRIVE is the same drive as repo (current
directory is not important).

After Andy and your response, I found that if I set the current drive
to something other than the USB flash drive, the command line will
fail too.

Sounds like I'll have to use SUBST and try to find a drive letter that
is available on the systems I use.

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Received on Tue Mar 20 20:08:28 2007

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