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Re: Unable to browser to repository

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Sep 2009 21:55:40 +0100

2009/9/8 Chuck Savage <chuck_at_searisen.com>:
> I had to reinstall Windows Vista 32 yesterday, so I got the latest version
> of TortoiseSVN today (TortoiseSVN-
> Once installed, I tried checking out from my SVN directory, but I couldn't
> browser to it because the browse button was grey'd out and there was no
> history list to choose from.

The history is stored in the registry and presumably got wiped. The
repo browser needs a URL, and with no history available it has nothing
to go on. What would it browse to. You will find that Internet
Explorer has no browse button either, for the same reason.

Once you specify a repository then you can browse *within* that repository.

> The solution I found was to right click the
> SVN directory and do a repo-browser look up on it.  At the top of that
> browser there was the link that I copied and pasted into the checkout form
> for the repository.  Once I had a history for the checkout form, the browse
> button was click-able and I was able to checkout as needed.
> I hope this is enough information to reproduce and fix.

Not a bug.


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