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RE: Re: bug report // - Win 7 64-bit // No path or pathfile specified on the command line!

From: Frode K <signup_at_klevstul.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2012 04:12:40 -0800 (PST)

> You might have to wait a long time since it is not yet proven that it
> is a bug. I think a lot of people would have noticed if their TSVN
> installation didn't work at all. Sounds like your install failed in
> some way. You could just try installing 1.7.5 again.

You have a valid point there. It might be something with my system, and not the sw. However I have tried installing it several times with no luck, I've also tried some "registry cleaning" after the uninstall. Thought there could be some old settings there that caused the problem. I might just wait and try to upgrade when the next release comes out. I should also try to install the same version on another Win 7 64bit machine, to see if the same thing happen.

> BTW It seems you are using _svn rather than .svn as the metadata
> directory. That is still sort of supported now, but only by editing an
> environment variable SVN_ASP_DOT_NET_HACK. The problem that it deals
> with has been fixed in ASP.NET for many years now.

No, that path of mine is a bit misleading. I am using .svn for metadata. The full path is:



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