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Re: SVN 1.35 backslash in tag name.

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-03 17:28:46 CEST

On 7/3/07, brianswilson <wilson@ds.net> wrote:
> Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn@...> writes:
> > You're using an old version of SVN and TSVN. You might try the current
> release.
> >
> > In the command line client you should try using %5c to represent the
> > backslash. URIs have to be properly escaped. TSVN normally takes care
> > of the escaping for you, but that may be a bug which has since been
> > fixed.
> >
> > Simon
> >
> I would if my company permitted it; but they don't so I can't. I tried your
> suggestion, and one other suggestion from a different message board with no
> luck. I've pasted example commands below. If anyone has a suggestion, I'm
> willing to try it.
> $ svn rm"TestPkgs\0.3.1" -
> m "delete bad tag"
> svn: URL 'TestPkgs\0.3.1' does not exist
> $ svn rm"TestPkgs%5C0.3.1" -
> m "delete bad tag"
> svn: URL 'TestPkgs\0.3.1' does not exist
> $ svn rm"\0.3.1" -
> m "delete bad tag"
> svn: URL '\0.3.1' does not exist$ svn rm
>\\0.3.1 -m "delete bad
> tag"
> svn: URL '\0.3.1' does not exist
> $ svn rm\0.3.1 -
> m "delete bad tag"
> svn: URL 'TestPkgs0.3.1' does not exist

Are you sure the shell isn't breaking on the quotes? Have you tried

svn rm
-m "delete bad tag"


If that doesn't work, can't you at least download the latest SVN .zip
build from subversion.tigris.org, unpack it to a directory you have
permission to write to, and then use that binary for this one

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