2008/7/11 Sam Barnett-Cormack <s.barnett-cormack_at_lancaster.ac.uk>:
> Hi all, new to the list with this question, but I couldn't find a reference
> in the archives that's really relevant, and the FAQ doesn't quite address
> I did two things today. I updated the current release of TortoiseSVN, and I
> added a Windows Vista symlink (yes, they really are symlinks) to my working
> copy and did an "add". Given the FAQ (or rather, frequent-feature-request, I
> guess) info on symlinks, I assumed it would treat it as a regular file and
> end up with a copy in the repository, which would be no great problem.
> However, the behaviour seems to suggest that windows symlinks "half-work". I
> ended up with the commit aborting saying "platform does not support
> symlinks" (I may have forgotten the exact wordig) and an unclean working
> copy that wouldn't clean up (I ended up cleaning it up by hand).
> I've since replaced the symlink with a copy, but as far as I can tell what
> happened was that the commit phase of the commit was entirely successful in
> creating a symlink entry in the repository, and then it barfed when trying
> to update after the commit. I think this because the commit did increment
> the revision count, and did put the new versions of everything on the
> server, but didn't increment the local copy revision count (and left all the
> "lock" files in the .svn directories).
> So, anyone any idea what's going on, and/or if this means we Vista users
> might get more value out of our symlinks soon? Or should this question be
> addressed to the core subversion devs, as it's really their libraries that
> cause the behaviour?
The latter, I'm afraid. TSVN only supports what the subversion
libraries support, so this question has to be addressed there.
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