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Re: Problem browsing repository via the Import dialog

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2007-06-14 12:28:50 CEST

On 13/06/07, Dan Wolf <daniel.wolf@arrayhealthsolutions.com> wrote:
> What happens:
> You attempt to import a local file system folder by right clicking then
> selecting import. Then you browse for a repository using the [] browse
> button, the local file system selector is brought up instead of the
> repository selector. Please note that if you happen to have an existing
> "svn://abc" type url in the "URL of repository" edit box instead of "" then
> the repository selector is brought up.

First of all there is no repository selector in subversion. We can
only start the repository browser after you have selected a repository
to browse, which means entering a URL or selecting a previously used

> Always bring up the repository browser when selecting the browse button. I
> can think of no use to attempt to import to a local file system from a local
> file system. In fact attempting to do so always brings up an error similar
> to this:

You can select a local repository for file:/// access.

> when a folder contains a modified
> file. This will be consistent with the icon overlay as well. It will
> also allow me to sort the folders and files to see which ones I have
> modified.

Pardon me? That sentence doesn't fit.


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