On 13.03.2010 01:56, Rudolf Ladyzhenskii wrote:
> Hi, all
> Hope someone can give me a hint.
> I run TortoiseSVN 1.6.4 on XP Pro machine. Subversion is also 1.6.4
> SVN server runs on the Linux FC6 (yes, I know it is old and will be
> upgraded soon) machine.
> Files are placed on Linux machine and are accessed through Samba.
> Windows sees it as network drive.
> Issue -- TortoiseSVN for some reason does not want to work on file
> level. For example, I have modified a file and want to to commit it.
> File does not have any icon overlay and
> if I right click on the file and try to see if there were any changes,
> I get empty window as if nothing changed.
> If I go one directory up, I can see overlay icons on directory and it
> is always shows that directory is up to date.
> Right-click on the directory, check for changes and it happily shows
> list of changed files and I am able to commit, revert, compare, etc...
> Any ideas why Tortoise will not work on the file level?
TSVN (and svn for that matter) doesn't work properly with SAMBA shares,
since especially older versions of SAMBA lack important locking features
(file system locking, not svn locking). Therefore even basic things like
fetching the status won't work properly.
check out a working copy on your local harddrive instead. Working copies
are meant to be kept local, not on a network share.
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Received on 2010-03-13 09:24:00 CET