Re: Big Problem with TortoiseSVN on Win 10 home 64Bit
On 2/17/2017 4:15 PM, Peter Cohrs wrote:
> I am not sure if this is the right way to ask a question.
> In my company we use Subversion for many Java Projects and it works
> really good.
> Some weeks ago I installed Subversion and TourtoisSVN aOn my pc at home.
> I played around with some files. It worked well.
> The SVN Server and also the Repositories and the TortoiseSVN are running
> on the same machine (WIN10 Home 64Bit).
> But 'suddenly' (I know that sound strange) it does not create or update
> .svn files. It recocknize an read the existing .svn from my tests.
> I am the only user on my machine and i am the administrator.
> I did following checks:
> 1) Subversion Server works fine, with my installed JavaEE
> 2) I deinstalled TortoiseSVN and installed it again. Same Problem
> I searched the net, but it seemd that I'm the only one with this problem.
> Any help is appreciated.
> Thank you in advance
> Peter (with greeting from germany)
What version of TSVN are you using?
What did you make suspect .svn files are not created or updated? Also
please be a bit more specific. .svn is usually a folder and not a file.
Do you mean that files inside the .svn folder are not created/updated or
do you suggest that a file you named .svn doesn't get handled by SVN
The Windows 10 update to build 1611 was pushed to machines having been
set to defer upgrades a few weeks ago. I'm aware that there were some
decent changes to the Windows Defender in that build. Did you try
disabling the Windows Defender (and some other AV you might use) to
double check the problem isn't related to an antivirus software messing
around with file access?
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Received on 2017-02-20 16:39:00 CET
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