> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gerald Britton [mailto:gerald.britton_at_gmail.com]
> Sent: Friday, December 02, 2011 6:11 AM
> To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
> Subject: RE: AW: Re: Export folder dialog
> > > Also, you can indeed specify a path as R:foo, assuming exists in
> the mapped drive. See attached screenshot
> > AFAIR, the semantics is different. R:\foo points to the top level
> directory of drive foo. R:foo points to the foo directory relative to
> the current directory of drive R
> Sure, but if the current directory _is_ the top directory the effect
> the same.
> Also, if you are using the "run" function from the start menu (Crtl-
> Esc, Run), you start at the top level of any drive you specify, so
> in that case R:\foo and R:foo are the same.
How do you know this? Unless you have the source code and probably a
history of what the program has done up to the point you specify the
path I don't think it's possible to know what R:foo means.
Have you tried the operation with an explicit destination? For example
r:\foo. If there is a small number of files exporting to r:foo might
complete before the dialog box pops up. AND since you really have no way
of knowing what r:foo means at any given point in time you would need to
search the while entire R drive to verify the that export did not
Don't take this wrong. I do not know whether a problem exists or not. I
am just pointing out that we (members of the mailing list) don't not
have enough information to really figure what might be going on.
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Received on 2011-12-02 23:11:52 CET