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Error in TortoiseMerge(Malformed URL for repository)?

From: Maleki <jason.clarke.cameron_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 10:07:41 -0700 (PDT)

Hi there. I'm kind of stumped as to why this is happening. I hope
this is clear enough. Any insights would be appreciated.

I'm using SVN 1.5.1 installed from VisualSVN-Server-1.5.1.msi and
tortoisesvn installed from TortoiseSVN-

I've created a repo and I can access the following file thusly.


I'm now creating a branch from the above location to:

http://mylocalmachine:8080/svn/Tutorial/branches/V1.3 Release/

So far so good.

I right click on the branches folder and select SVN Update. It
retrieves 1 file and 1 folder('HelloWorld.txt' and 'V1.3 Release')

I modify the file HelloWorld.txt and commit it to:

http://mylocalmachine:8080/svn/Tutorial/branches/V1.3 Release/

Through Windows Explorer I navigate back to the trunk and select
'Merge' then 'reintegrate a branch'.

The following screen allows me to selet the urls: The following url is

http://mylocalmachine:8080/svn/Tutorial/branches/V1.3 Release/

I leave all of the defaults on the following screen: 'Compare
whitespaces' and 'Working copy' and press the button 'Test merge'.

I recieve the error

Command: Reintegrate merge http://mylocalmachine:8080/svn/Tutorial/branches/V1.3
Release/HelloWorld.txt into C:\Storage\Data\SVNTutorial\trunk
Error: Malformed URL for repository

Removing the space from the 'V1.3 Release' bypasses the error. I've
also run the merge using SVN merge and I don't get the error there

Is there something I'm doing wrong?

Thanks in advance,


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Received on 2008-07-16 19:11:02 CEST

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