> On 14 April 2011 15:05, Relson, David <david.relson_at_orion-sys.com>
> > Hi,
> > I've got a problem with TortoiseSVN-1.6.15 on WinXP. Some
> > work; some don't.
> > "svn update" works fine; "svn commit" quits before updating the
> > repository; and "svn branch/tag" fails or succeeds (depending on
> how the
> > branch/tag name is specified).
> > I suspect a DLL conflict (related to windowing) as the command
> > version of SVN is fine. The problem affects all users on my
> > Other machines (without cygwin, emacs, vmware) are working fine.
> When you say the command line version of SVN I think you mean the
> cygwin version. You cannot use a windows client on a cygwin working
> copy because the two are not compatible. Some things may work,
> will not. Have you tried the same test with the windows command
> Another potential problem is the NOD32 virus scanner. Virus
> are notorious for breaking SVN operations for GUI clients.
> Using just TortoiseSVN (no command line stuff), I can checkout to a
> new directory, modify a single file, then attempt a commit. The
> commit fails without any indication of the problem.
> NOD32 _could_ be the problem, though evidence indicates it isn't.
> My company has been using NOD32 for a long time and hasn't had
> problems. I'm the only one currently experiencing TortoiseSVN
> problems. As mentioned, all was fine with my old computer.
> The command line I mentioned is the cygwin svn client. What
> windows client are you referring to?
> Is there a diagnostic mode that can be enabled to learn more about
> what's going wrong?
cygwin client is not a native windows client.
Go here and get a native client bianry:
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Received on 2011-04-14 17:40:05 CEST