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Re: Re: upgraded from 1.6.6 to 1.7.7

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2012 12:34:27 -0400

On Mon, Aug 13, 2012 at 12:00 PM, Steve Young <syoung_at_benicomp.com> wrote:
> Did you run SVN Upgrade on your working copies? No I did not. not a seasoned user and this is first update of someone else's initial download. Basically did not know that was needed.

It is explained in the release notes. You must upgrade the WC before
you can do anything else.

> Why are you running
> TSVN on your repository server in the first place? repository is on another server. this is a developement server.

Even on my development servers, I try very hard to keep TSVN off it,
preferring to use the same tools for my production deploys to get the
dev code on the dev servers (which in most cases means *not*

> 64-bit "wouldn't work" how? Is it a 32-bit OS?
> Got the message "not supported by this processor type when trying to use 64-bit install. Although network admin confirmed it is a 64-bit machine

If you only installed the 32-bit TortoiseSVN and you get the context
menu, then you're either running Explorer in 32-bit mode (hard to do
on a 64-bit Windows install, but possible), or your Windows install is

If you got the "not supported" message from the 64-bit installer, you
either got a corrupted installer, or you're running 32-bit Windows.


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