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Re: Configure TortoiseSVN on a new pc

From: Felix Saphir <felix.saphir_at_kantarmedia.com>
Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2012 14:16:34 +0100

Am 30.11.2012 00:49, schrieb elcaro:
> I have TortoiseSVN installed and configured on a Win XP machine. My
> working folder is on my network drive, H:\SVN_REPO.
> I got a new laptop with Win 7 and I have installed TortoiseSVN.
> However I cannot find any option so that I can start using the
> existing H:\SVN_REPO folder as my working folder.

Is that your working copy or the repository? You shouldn't keep any of
them on network drives, but if it's a working copy, you should be able
to just copy files from there, or -even better- just get a fresh
checkout on a *local* drive on your laptop.

If it's your repository, you should move it to a local drive as well,
but you need to setup a server process in order to access it from other
computers (don't worry, it's not that difficult).



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