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Re: Error message: invalid editor anchoring

From: Drake Christensen <christed_at_mightydrake.com>
Date: 2004-03-13 02:50:14 CET

Before upgrading I decided to test the space idea on the current
version. I blew away my Tests repo and rebuilt it. I renamed "Simple
menus" to "Simplemenus" and svn let me switch to
".../branches/Simplemenus". So apparently the problem was a space in
the directory name. I try not to do that, because I've had problems
with other tools in the past. I just got sloppy when following a
tutorial on another collection of products I'm learning.


Drake Christensen wrote:

> Thanks for the reply. I had assumed this was a newbie mistake and
> that someone would recognize problem off the top of their head.
> Here's some more info
> Using fresh install of Subversion v1.0.0 under Win XP. Server and
> client running on the same machine. Here's a copy&paste transcript
> where I did an svn ls on the URL in question and then used the
> commandline editor to change the ls to a switch:
> C:\Documents and Settings\Mighty\My Documents\JCI\Tests\Simple
> menus>svn ls "svn://localhost/Tests/branches/Simple%20menus/v00_00/"
> assets/
> index.htm
> C:\Documents and Settings\Mighty\My Documents\JCI\Tests\Simple
> menus>svn switch "svn://localhost/Tests/branches/Simple%20menus/v00_00/"
> svn: Invalid editor anchoring; at least one of the input paths is not
> a directory and there was no source entry
> I noticed a line in the release notes for v1.0.1 about some
> unspecified problem with spaces in a URL. I'll try to upgrade and see
> if the same thing keeps happening.
> Drake

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