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Can Subversion handle UNC paths on Windows (or can Apache's apr)?

From: Charles E. Doucette <cdoucette_at_med-learn.com>
Date: 2003-09-13 05:21:59 CEST

I just got an error from AnkhSVN while trying to commit a Visual Studio .NET
web project
(on Windows):

The following exception has occurred:

SvnClientException: svn client error: check_path: problem checking path
at \subversion\subversion\libsvn_subr\io.c : line 72
check_path: problem checking path "\\mlc-jr\"

Visual Studio .NET assumes that a web project (WebApplication1.csproj) and
all of its files
are on a website (such as http://localhost/WebApplication1) and also via a
UNC file share
(such as \\MyPC\wwwroot$\WebApplication1).

The commit seems fine; but, perhaps I will do my checkins via TortoiseSVN
instead -
at least for now.


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Received on Sat Sep 13 05:22:52 2003

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