O.K. I found the real culprit !!
It is not the SD card !
I usually create Windows shortcuts to open working copies in Windows Explorer. Here is the command that I use as target:
C: \ Windows \ explorer.exe / root, C: \ path \ to \ working copies
If I simply use this command:
C: \ path \ to \ working copies
all goes well.
The 'root' option seems to cause a problem.
> I think I found the culprit.
> I use a SD card to store my data. So I'm used to extract svn working copies on this card. It seems that Tortoise have a problem with SD card when copying files using 'right-click and drag' method.
> It will be appreciated if that could be fixed.
> Thanks a lot,
> > O.K. I found a solution but I don't know where is the problem ?
> > I just extract a new working copy and everything works perfectly.
> > If I ever find the root of the problem, I will let you know.
> > Thanks,
> > François
> > > On 18.11.2013 14:01, François Maurice wrote:
> > > > I tested the "right-click and drag" method on Windows XP and Windows
> > > > 7 Professional (both in Canadian french) and it works fine.
> > > >
> > > > The problem seems to be the particular version of Windows on my
> > > > machine. It is Windows 7 Ultimate. But this is an upgrade from
> > > > Windows 7 Professional US English. I upgraded to have access to the
> > > > french language pack.
> > > >
> > > > If someone knows a solution or a workaround, it will be appreciated.
> > >
> > > The first thing to figure out would be: what's different on your machine
> > > where it doesn't work?
> > > That function should not depend on OS version or anything else related
> > > to the OS, at least not that I'm aware of.
> > >
> > > Stefan
> > >
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