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Re: Continue checkout / update despite error?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-20 19:04:29 CEST

Matthias Klein wrote:
> Yes, I can reliably reproduce it and I do assume that the path length was
> exceeded because this error does occur even if I perform a checkout into the
> root folder of a drive (e.g. checkout target d:\)
> The repositories in question have been created via Tortoise repo browser
> which doesn't seem to have a problem with REALLY long path names.
> But now I need to perform a checkout of these repositories and don't want
> this process to end only because the SVN client stumbled across a too long
> path name.
> Any idea?

Yes: reduce the path length.
If the paths really are longer than MAX_PATH (260 chars), then you can't
use the explorer itself to work with those files (the explorer has a 260
char limit for paths, and that's why TSVN has the same limitation -
there's no way around that).
Or you have to use the command line client - but you still won't be able
to work with the explorer with those files.

Stefan

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