On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 13:48, Loritsch, Berin <bloritsch_at_dtri.net> wrote:
>> I just download TortoiseSVN-188.8.131.5298-win32-svn-1.6.12.msi today and intalled on my Windows 7 32-bits
>> Windows. I logged on as administrator user and install without any problem. Restart my OS after install and try
>> to checkout source form code.google.com. I can see it indicate files are downloading but it takes very long
>> time until it shows 1.3 GB, i killed the that task. Check my local there is no any file checkout(yes, local
>> directory is empty). Tried Repository Browser, it displayed "Please wait while the repository browser is
>> but never return anything.
> I have TSVN 1.6.9 running on Windows 7 32bit without any problems. I'm not checking out from code.google.com, but it is behaving as expected.
> As to your question about the checkout folder being empty, that tells me that subversion is doing its job. It is supposed to perform its work atomically. That means a checkin or checkout is all or nothing. If it fails for any reason, you have to fix the reason before you can try again.
Only operations that actually change the repository are atomic. A
checkout isn't atomic (doesn't have to be) since it can be interrupted
and continued without problems: just run an update after an
I would suspect a problem with a firewall/proxy/virus scanner on your end.
Since it's not completely blocked, I would tend to blame your virus scanner.
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