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Re: filename length

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-09-09 02:00:50 CEST

Don Vawter <don@vawter.com> writes:

> I am trying to check out a repository on a Windows machine and I am
> getting errors that it can't find a path. It looks like it may be a
> length issue as this is quite deep in the directory tree. I have
> been using the repository on a linux box without issue. Today I
> exported the repository to my windows box (which is the only one
> connected to the vpn) and imported it to a new server on the vpn
> (linux). I then tried to check it out and got the path not found
> errors. Anybody have a clue?

I've recently been looking into similar issues. Windows has a
255-character path limit unless a) using a Unicode version of Windows
*and* b) using absolute paths (where you get 32k-length paths).

Try doing your Windows checkout specifying an absolute path for the
checkout target:

   svn co http://blahblahblah/ C:\Temp\MyWorkingCopy

And please report back here if this works for you (cuz your findings
may help me with the issue *I'm* looking at).


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Received on Thu Sep 9 02:02:43 2004

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