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Re: Installing TortoiseSVN without administrator rights.

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-08-31 21:32:03 CEST

alex priem wrote:
> F'up to self: got it working, was a typical case of being overly
> pythonic: there's no need
> to substitute single '\'s for double backslashes when passing registry
> entries to python's
> win32api module. Also, double quotes do need to get stripped off
> registry key values before
> setting them.
> BTW, this is in a networked environment; on other machines I can get
> tortoiseSVN to work
> by just modifying the registry; for safety, I've also put a copy of the
> mfc80* etc. dll's in
> tortoiseSVN's \bin directory. Maybe a way to setup a non-admin install?

A non-Admin install is possible, as long as the MFC and CRT libs (in the
correct version) are already installed. But since those need to be
installed by an admin, you would have to do that before installing TSVN
as a non-Admin.
You can find an installer for the CRT/MFC libs somewhere on the MS site.


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