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RE: Not Tortoise honest! Was: Accessing working copies across win dows 2k network

From: Michael Stevens <stevm_at_tpk.govt.nz>
Date: 2004-08-18 23:43:19 CEST

I can't provide any help, but at my organisation we work in a very similar
way. I haven't upgraded yet (waiting for an official release), so I am
using 1.0.8. So I am hoping that this problem will be resolved before the
final release.

Have you tried mounting a drive and accessing the working copy that way?
Perhaps SVN is balking at the UNC path?

-----Original Message-----
From: Ken Inglis [mailto:svn@winenotes.co.uk]
Sent: Thursday, 19 August 2004 4:32 a.m.
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Not Tortoise honest! Was: Accessing working copies across windows
2k network

I've re-sent this because it hasn't shown up more than 2 hours after posting

and I fear it may have been filtered out because of Chelonian references.

Please don't shoot me down for posting a Tortoise-related problem. I've been

trying to sort this out on the Tortoise mailing list and have been advised
that

the solution is probably over here.

I've been using SVN and TSVN through several version changes of _both
programs_

on a windows 2k network, with the ability to commit/upgrade working copies
across the network using Tortoise:

- Box1, box2, box3 are all computers on the lan (win2k)
- Repository is served through apache on box1 using a local IP (172.16...)
and
SVN 1.1.0 rc1
- Working copy on \\box2\project

From box3, I was able to use versions up to TSVN 1.0.8 to work on 'project'
across the network. With TSVN 1.1.0 (1526) this no longer works.

I assumed that the problem was with TSVN 1.1.0 but I have been advised that
 "the path is passed correct to the Subversion library API - but the
function
returns immediately with an error. So something in the Subversion library
code
changed so that those paths don't work anymore."

I'm afraid I'm a bit out of my depth here, so apologies and pleas for
tolerance

in advance!
Thanks, Ken

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