On 11.12.2013 20:14, Eric Todd wrote:
> Our IT team recently switched protocols on our SVN server from http to
> https. This occurred when I had already a great deal of work in
> progress. I right clicked the repository root (Tortoise) and clicked
> Relocate. After performing the relocate, I cannot commit any files. I
> get persistent “Delta” errors. Upon closer inspection, it appears that
> the files (which have whitespace in the path) have duplicate URL values
> (mixed ‘ ‘ and %20).
> Deleting the local repository and performing a fresh checkout doesn’t
> appear to change anything. The double URL value has apparently been
> pushed to the server. These files can no longer be committed. Did I do
> something wrong? Is this a bug? Is there a way to edit the URL value(s)?
The two urls you see there are correct, that's neither a bug nor any
kind of problem.
The property page simply shows you two urls so you can chose yourself
which one you want to copy (Ctrl+C) to the clipboard: one is usually
used for UI purposes (the one with the space) and the other is usually
used to enter in apps (the one where the spaces and other special chars
are escaped, e.g. ' '->'%20').
So since that's definitely not the problem, you mentioned "delta" errors:
* what's the full error you get (use Ctrl+C to copy the error to the
clipboard once you've selected the error lines in the progress dialog)?
* what version of TSVN are you using?
* maybe you should check the server error log file - it might contain
additional info about why your commits fail
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Received on 2013-12-11 20:34:39 CET