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Re: nightly build and svn 1.5

From: James Wilson <jrguitar21_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2008 11:54:44 -0500

I basically made tsvn crash by trying to commit (after I'd done an
update) but didn't understand why until I tried the same commit from
command line.

The command line version gave me the following clue:

James_at_cuenca ~/Projects/tot/sources
$ svn ci -m "updated todo list" todo-01-17-2007.txt
svn: This client is too old to work with working copy
'/cygdrive/d/Projects/tot/sources'; please get a newer Subversion

My guess is that tsvn 1.5 changed the structure of data in the .svn
folder upon update, but since tsvn depends on svn to commit, my svn
1.4 doesn't understand the new format.

One more Q.
Does the repository machine's svn version also need to be converted to 1.5?

On Jan 22, 2008 11:45 AM, James Wilson <jrguitar21_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Would like to try to start using the bleeding edge builds...
> http://nightlybuilds.tortoisesvn.net/latest/Readme.txt
> I couldn't find any useful details in the Readme.txt about what I need
> to do to setup correctly the latest version 1.5.
> Currently have svn 1.4 and tsvn 1.4.7xx installed. I saw that there
> is an svn.exe file in the nightly build folder, but no real
> explanation what I need to do. Can I just plop it down over existing
> svn.exe on my machine? Or should I download and install SVN Beta for
> Windows package from
> http://merge-tracking.open.collab.net/files/documents/147/350/svn.win32.bin.httpd.r27562.zip?
> Additionally, could the Readme.txt please be updated to reference 1.5
> (and what to do to migrate from 1.4).
> Thanks!
> James

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