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Re: using svn on windows inside 4NT

From: pstanar <pstanar_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-06-23 15:44:42 CEST

Ben Lowery <blowery <at> gmail.com> writes:

> Thanks for the reply Mark! I tried setting the comspec to 4nt.exe and
> it didn't appear to fix the issue. I did notice that by default,
> comspec is set to 4nt when you're running from within 4nt. I'm
> running Unicode build 126, 5.00U. I'll keep digging..
> Also, if you can, what directories do you have svn and 4nt installed
> in? I'm curious to see if either install path has spaces contained
> within it. Thanks.

It *IS* problem with COMSPEC. It's space in the directory name that's causing
it. If you re-install 4NT in something like c:\4nt it will work.
Alternatively, you can force COMSPEC to either c:\Progra~1\4nt...
or "C:\Program Files\4nt...".

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