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Re: Re: Re: Upgraded to 1.8.1 and can

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2013 10:29:12 -0400

On Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 9:27 AM, Jason Dunaway <jason.dunaway_at_53.com> wrote:
> Hi Simon, thanks for the response.
> I can't even get a fresh checkout to work, it gives me the same weird error with part of the path missing from the front of the URL. The repository lives on a folder on my network, which is mapped to my X drive. The URL I've always accessed (for years with the previous versions of tortoisesvn) is:
> file:///X:
> A specific project looks like:
> file:///X:/Appraisal
> This worked every single time prior to version 1.8.1. The contents of that folder are listed in the attached screenshot. Second image attached is what happens when I try to do a clean checkout to a completely empty folder.

I can reproduce this behavior (the chopped-off path) with the SVN
1.8.1 command-line client and a SUBST drive. Win7 64-bit, running
within PowerShell.

svnadmin create r:\Appraisal
subst X:\ R:\Appraisal
svn co file:///X:/ r:/tmp6 - THIS WORKS
svn mkdir file:///X:/Appraisal -m "test"
Committed revision 1.

md r:\tmp7

    Directory: R:\

Mode LastWriteTime Length Name
---- ------------- ------ ----
d---- 08/27/2013 10:22 tmp7

svn co file:///X:/Appraisal r:\tmp7
svn: E160005: Target path '/ppraisal' does not exist

svn mkdir file:///X:/TryAgain -m "test"
Committed revision 2.

svn co file:///X:/TryAgain r:\tmp7
svn: E155000: 'R:\tmp7' is already a working copy for a different URL

svn co file:///X:/TryAgain r:\tmp8
svn: E160005: Target path '/ryAgain' does not exist

BUT, if I use the "real" path to the repository (not the SUBST path),
it's successful:
svn co file:///R:/Appraisal/TryAgain r:\tmp8
svn: E155000: 'R:\tmp8' is already a working copy for a different URL

svn co file:///R:/Appraisal/TryAgain r:\tmp9
Checked out revision 2.

So it looks like this is a problem w/ the SVN library, not TSVN.

Jason, can you try using the UNC path that your X drive is mapped to?
Just to close the circle (whatever circle that may be).


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