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Re: Specifying different SVN version for Tortoise

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2008 07:03:48 -0500

On Feb 7, 2008 6:35 AM, Sven Süld <sven_at_trigger.ee> wrote:
> We have development environment on Linux server, and we are using
> Windows workstations to connect to it.
> On Windows we are using SVN v 1.4.somethign (compiled in latest
> Tortoise), but on server the SVN is 1.3.2. So using SVN on Linux
> command-line results in "working copy is too old etc etc". Fine.

This should only happen if your WC lives on the Linux box and you
access it using TSVN, presumably via Samba. Sharing WCs between
developers and OSes is unsupported and can cause a number of problems,
the one you're experiencing being the least of it.

If at all possible, maintain a WC and development environment on your
local workstation, and then have a separate WC on the Linux server for
compiling/testing/whatever you have to do there, using the repository
as the middleman in moving the files out to the Linux server.

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Received on 2008-02-07 13:03:55 CET

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