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RE: Re: 1.7.x returns invalid XML

From: Wayne Johnson <wayne_at_zk.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2013 12:22:16 -0800

> Only the trunc is copied to a network drive. A user can copy each
> directory of this read-only working copy from network drive locally -
> which makes it a local working copy. It is like checkout without locks
> from network drive instead of a checkout from server. I know this is
> stupid but there are some valid reasons to (mis-)use SVN and network
> drives it in this way.

Are you using the same OS and svn/TSVN to checkout on the "server" and all
the "clients". While subversion guarantees that any 1.xx client will work
with any 1.xx server it does not (and really cannot) guarantee that code
checked out with 1 client will be usable by another client. It is possible
to build different clients in a particular way (using the same versions of
the SVN library and building with the same build environment --build
options, same OS, etc.) so that they will function on the same working
copy. Changing any of the build options might result in incompatible
changes in the clients.



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