On May 17, 5:50 am, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> ThanksButNo wrote:
> > On May 16, 11:59 pm, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> >> ThanksButNo wrote:
> >>> Hello --
> >>> I have downloaded TortoiseSVN 1.6.2 from the website.
> >>> And, I have downloaded Subversion 1.5.4 fromwww.sunfreeware.com,
> >>> because that is the latest compiled binary package for Solaris 10
> >>> sparc that's available there.
> > ...
> >>> Might there be any known "gotchas" in pairing these two versions
> >>> together that maybe I ought to be aware of?
> >> As long as you don't share the working copy or access the
> >> repository via file:/// urls you're fine.
> >> Stefan
> > Thank you, Stefan! No worries on file URL's. The whole
> > idea was to set up access via the web over Apache, since
> > our workforce is globally distributed. The only one with
> > direct file access on the Unix server is me, and I'll be
> > using TortoiseSVN from my PC!
> > That puts in mind another question: I need to access the
> > server from the LAN. I'm behind the router. So I use a
> > URL like:http://192.168.0.51:8051/etc. From outside the
> > LAN at a remote site, they need to use the domain to get
> > to the router and the router redirects to the SVN server,
> > e.g.,http://svn.ourdomain.com:8051/etc.
> > I know the router and everything works from the network
> > and subversion side, because people have been able to
> > connect in, login with password, and browse to the source
> > code that I had committed earlier. (And tell me what was
> > wrong with it!)
> > So the question is: is there a possibility that Tortoise
> > will get confused if different people commit changes to
> > the same Real Location using different URLs?
> No, it won't get confused by this.
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Received on 2009-05-17 17:57:14 CEST