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

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Sep 2008 23:28:41 +0100

2008/9/2 Nathan Smith <nsmith_at_galileoprocessing.com>:
> I do have a related question though. I really like Tortoise's diff and
> merge interfaces, but I am also quite comfortable using the command line
> for anything we need. I'm working on installing svn on the webserver to
> facilitate quicker day-to-day operations. Right now I'm using Tortoise
> with mapped drives to smba shares. In the configuration, it remembers
> the 'Y' drive, not a path on the server. I can see some issues coming up
> with different path names.
>
> 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?

You can use TortoiseSVN and the *Windows* command line client on the
same working copy. You must not use the Linux command line client on
the same working copy as TortoiseSVN. The working copy is assumed to
be local and subversion does not guarantee compatibility between
different OSs. You will end up with a broken WC if you do this.

Simon

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