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Re: I'm a long time user with a long time complaint

From: Kurt Pruenner <leak_at_gmx.at>
Date: Fri, 03 Sep 2010 15:05:03 +0200

On 03.09.10 14:47, Loritsch, Berin wrote:
> Now, I’m developing .Net and I’m not nearly so lucky any more. The
> plugin I have for Visual Studio uses a different version of the SVN
> client than TortoiseSVN. It’s a fact of life, it happens. The problem
> is that the SVN integration with Visual Studio breaks as soon as I touch
> the local repository with Tortoise. It breaks because the client
> version in my Visual Studio plugin is too old to work with that local
> repository. Tortoise SVN “upgrades” the local copy on me without
> warning me, telling me that is what it is doing, letting me cancel that
> decision, or respecting the fact I didn’t use Tortoise to check out the
> code to begin with.

That upgrade behaviour is part of the SVN libraries themselves, so you'd
have to bring this up with the subversion developers - but...

Which VS integration plugin do you use? I'm using AnkhSVN, and it's
always been keeping up with SVN releases, making differing SVN versions
a non-issue:


Kurt Bernhard Pruenner --- Haendelstrasse 17 --- 4020 Linz --- Austria
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