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Re: Got "no error occurred"

From: kosiara <kosiara_at_wp.pl>
Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2009 01:02:55 -0800 (PST)

"no error occurred"

I had the same problem.
It turned out that it was the problem with temporary folder.
Tortoise couldn't write anything to temp because it didn't exist.
I had 3 drives - C, D, E. I had to delete the E partition
but windows environment variables temp and tmp
were: TMP = "E:\temp" and TEMP = "E:\temp".
So tortoise tried to write to E:\temp and the
path did not exist.

Changing variables to existing path helped.


jason qi wrote:
> I use TortoriseSVN client for Windows version 1.5.2 on Windows XP
> professional SP2.
> I am not sure if it is a bug or not. When I right-click on my local
> folder either select "SVN update" or "SVN commit...", I got error
> message "no error occurred" and these actions could not go through.
> And I tried "show log", no problem.
> The weird thing is: I used it last night, no problem. Without change
> anything, this morning, it stopped me from working.
> I tried uninstalled it and re-installed again. no improvement.
> Hope I've clearly reported this issue.
> Thanks.
> Jason Qi
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