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Re: Path must be an immediate child of the directory

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 05 Aug 2009 15:33:22 +0200

On 05.08.2009 15:02, Álvaro G. Vicario wrote:
> Sorry, I forgot to provide some basic info. I'm using the latest
> stable version, 1.6.3, under Windows XP Professional SP3.
> The bug report you mention refers to Subversion itself, but I'm not
> sure if the server version counts. I normally work with a 1.4.6
> server via HTTPS. However, I can't see how it relates to my problem,
> it seems to be talking about Java bindings :-?

Yes, that issue was resolve some time ago, that's why I asked you about
the version you're using. Since you're using 1.6.3, that shouldn't be
the issue you're seeing.

But as you might have noticed, there are not many (if any?) people
experiencing the same issue.

Can you reproduce the problem reliably or does it only happen sometimes
(even when you repeat the very same steps again)?
If it's not reliable, it might have something to do with your server
version too, and/or with some 'security' app interfering with the
network data sent/received from the server.


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