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Re: using TortoiseSVN in a remote desktop

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 12:05:24 +0000

On 15/01/2008, eric <emalossi_at_mysql.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to checkout a number of repos to a remote system using the Windows
> Remote Desktop client. Tortoise is installed there, but evidently shell
> extension commands don't work remotely since none of them show up when I right
> click. I doubt there is much that can be done for that situation, yes?

I have used remote desktop with TSVN 1.4.x and the shell extension and
overlays show up just fine.

> I read the manual appendix: Appendix E. Command Line Interface Cross Reference
> but I'm a bit perplexed. There is no executable in the install package called
> SVN. Is it possible to actually accomplish these actions from the command line
> or are you simply providing a reference to describe what the shell extension is
> doing for you when use it?

It is just a description of the nearest equivalent command in the
command line interface. TSVN doesn't actually use the svn executable,
it is linked directly to the subversion libraries (the same libraries
as are used by the CLI incidentally).


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