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Re: VisualSVN / TortoiseSVN - Disassociated with any repository

From: Konstantin Kolinko <knst.kolinko_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2008 03:37:54 +0400

Working copy format differs between Subversion 1.4 and 1.5 clients.

The working copy is automatically upgraded to 1.5 format when 1.5
client performs certain operations e.g. checkout. (And may be commit
is one of those operations - judging from your report).

Such behavior is mentioned in the Release notes of Subversion 1.5.

Once the working copy is upgraded, 1.4 clients can no longer work with it.

You may either upgrade your VisualSVN to 1.5.* version, if it is available,
or install 1.4.* version of Tortoise.

2008/8/26 KenHolm3 <kenholm3_at_gmail.com>:
> VisualSVN 1.4.1, licensed to MDA
> TortoiseSVN 1.5.2, Build 13595 - 32 Bit (latest stable version
> available)
> MS Visual Studio 2005 Pro Edition - Version 8.0.50727.762
>
> Starting with a clean slate (or not) I:
>
> * Click VisualSVN in the toolbar
> * Click Get Solution from Subversion
> * Choose the appropriate Repository URL
> * Provide a Name
> * Provide a Location
> * Click OK
>
> The dialog box works then indicates:
>
> Subversion repository folder has been checked out successfully to the
> specified directory below. Following solution files have been found.
> Please select one to open, if you want.
>
> <path to project (looks good)>
>
> * Click OK
>
> At this point, all is well. I make a change to one of the files
> (README.txt.exclude) and save all files.
>
> * Click Commit which brings up the TortoiseSVN Commit dialog box
> * Add my message (Test)
> * Ensure the Changes made pane has the file I changed selected.
> * Show unversioned files is unchecked
> * Select/deslect all is checked
> * Dialog box indicates: 1 files selected, 1 files total
> * Click OK
> * TortoiseSVN reports: Completed At revision 113
> * Click OK
>
> In the solution explorer in VS my project shows yellow dot on project
> and on most recently changed file (README.txt.exclude).
>
> * Click Refresh Status in VS Solution Explorer
>
> At this point my project is no longer tied to any SVN repository. All
> dots are gone.
>
> * In toolbar click VisualSVN
> * I have the option to Add solution to Subversion as well as Get
> solution from Subversion. I cannot commit/update.
>
> I have posted same message to VisualSVN forum.
>
> Thank you,
>
> -Ken

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Received on 2008-09-01 01:38:10 CEST

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