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Re: Filename interpreted as a command?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2009 17:20:55 +0100

Kārlis wrote:
> Hi!
> I noticed some strange behaviour with TortoiseSVN. When I'm trying to
> commit files that start with 'login', for example, login-input.png,
> TortoiseSVN asks me to authenticate, and when I do enter my data
> correctly it reports that my auth data are incorrect.
> I guess it considers these filenames as a command instead of simple
> filename.

I have no problems committing files named "login-input.png" or
'login-test.txt' or even just 'login'.

Are you sure that it's not your server that rejects the commit (maybe a
hook script is running which doesn't like such filenames?)


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