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Re: multi platform using of subversion

From: Brian Mathis <bmathis_at_directedge.com>
Date: 2004-01-14 19:20:39 CET

Sorry, this is not supported, and is a very frequent question.

Is this in the FAQ yet? I don't see it.

Stephan Stapel wrote:

>Dear list,
>For development, I would like to use the same (physical) directory on both
>Windows and Linux. I already versioned my content and am currently updating/
>committing it from within Windows (e:\develop\myproject). When I try to do
>the same on Linux (/data/develop/myproject), I get an error message, that
>the working directory is missing.
>There seems to be stored the absolute path somewhere in the .svn directory.
>Is this assumption correct? And furthermore how can I make subversion run
>under both Windows and Linux on the same (physical) directory?
>Kind regards,
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