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Cannot seem to commit binary type files

From: D e e l o r e a n <deelorean_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 6 Jan 2010 05:15:56 +0000

Hopefully someone out there could help me out with this dilemma which has been bothering me for the past two days or so.


I installed TortoiseSVN for a personal project. My plan was to have my working folder on my local hard drive while my repository stored on an FTP server.


I used Netdrive to map the FTP folder location to "M:" drive so that TortoiseSVN could easily access it.


I created the repository locally and then copied it across to my FTP server. Then did a checkout to my local working folder.

Everything worked smoothly, and I have no problems commiting both folders and text files, but when it comes to binary files (MIME Type: Applications/Octet-Stream)

TortoiseSVN hangs completely and I am forced to restart the computer (I'm running WindowsXP in BootCamp on an Imac).


So far I tried commiting binaries such as *.tga, *.png, *.jpg, *.exe, etc. Without any luck.


I contacted my server provider and they checked everything on their side and told me that everything looks fine; the transfer log, the permissions set on the folders were ok.



Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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