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RE: Repository pathname problem

From: Deo Singh <deo.s.singh_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2009 16:54:22 +0100

This makes sense now. Because in my new copy of the repository, I removed
the spaces in the repository name.

Many thanks


-----Original Message-----
From: Stefan Küng [mailto:tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com]
Sent: 26 June 2009 16:24
To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Repository pathname problem

Deo Singh wrote:
> Hi Stephan,
> I am not able to get a fresh checkout from the repositoy.
> Please see attachment for error messages.
> 1.I created a new folder for my fresh checkout.
> 2. I Right-Clicked on the folder and selected 'SVN checkout'
> 3. It did not like the pathname - same a yesterday - see attachment
> 4. I right-clicked on the repository on the server and tried to
> checkout a fresh copy 5. Same error as in 3. above
> 6. I tried to rename the server to a name with no uppercase characters
> i.e renamed from 'Research1' to 'col1'
> 7. tried to do a fresh checkout again.
> 8. Same error message as before in 3. above
> 9. I renamed the server back to 'Research1'
> 10. I made a copy of the repository with a different name and placed it in
the same folder
> As the original repository
> 11. Tried to relocate to the new repository. But repo-browser still refers
to the original repository.
> 12. I was able to make a fresh checkout from the second repository i.e.
the copy of the repository.
> 13. While I am able to continue working, I have to deal with 2
> 14. I have been trying to provide detailed feedback to help arrive at a
solution quickly. I trust this makes sense to you -- I am completely lost
as to why it should work on the Copy of the Repository.
> 15. I would like to move back to a single repository. Let me know if you
need more data/feedback etc.

You also have to use a path to the repository with no spaces or special
chars in it. Inside the repository that's no problem, but since the whole
url gets escaped, the path to the repository must not have such chars in it
since local paths are not allowed to be escaped.

So, instead of putting your repository at \\research1\elements\SVN
Repository put it e.g., to \\research1\elements\SVNRepository


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