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Re: Sharing a Subversion Client

From: clivew <clivew_at_clivewalden.com>
Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2008 13:01:59 -0700 (PDT)

David Huang-5 wrote:
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>> What exactly are you trying to accomplish? I don't see any advantage
>> in doing either of the things your asking for, other than perhaps save
>> a tiny bit of disk space by not having two Subversion clients
>> installed. If you have JBuilder set up to work with your existing
>> Subversion client, just keep it that way. And if you want to use
>> TortoiseSVN for some other projects, go ahead and use it :)
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Well the issues I have (or not?) are twofold.

The current Subversion client with JBuilder is 1.4 as is the remote
repository.
JBuilder handles the maintenance of the JBuilder project files and
directories.

So, if I happen to access a JBuilder project via TortoiseSVN it will trash
my JBuilder subversion project by being a different version 1.5 and not
knowing about my JBuilder project.

Also, being human and subject to mistakes<G>, with TortoiseSVN being plugged
into Windows Explorer I see it as inevitable that one day I will use it to
access a JBuilder project directory whether I mean to or not.

Am I inventing problems or not?

Clive

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