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RE: RE: Re: Re: extreme slowness using smba + tortoise svn

From: Nathan Smith <nsmith_at_galileoprocessing.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Sep 2008 15:20:25 -0600

Maybe this will help someone:

I asked:

>Here's the question: How can I use both the command line and the mapped
>drives on the same working copy? Does anyone know a good workaround?

(In retrospect maybe a stupid question)
I discovered:

Using svn+ssh works. The trick is to use a command like this:
svn co svn+ssh://userid@server/repos/location

I find that Tortoise will ask me for my password two or three times, but
eventually it seems to work.

It also works the other way (checking out using Tortoise, then accessing
using the command line), as long as you include the userid_at_server
instead of just server.

-n

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