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Re: How to checkout from shared directory

From: Martin J. Stumpf <mjs_at_jhu.edu>
Date: 2005-01-04 15:38:01 CET
I thought that placing the repo on a shared directory was discouraged due to locking issues.
Is that only a limitation for creating the repository? ie. co and ci are fine on a share?

Thanks

-Martin

Simon Large wrote:
kamildworakowski@o2.pl wrote:
  
Hi,

I made a fsfs repository on a shered directory on path

\\server\public\repository

How do I checkout it?
    

Try svn co file:///\server/public/repository

On TortoiseSVN you can use either
  file:///\servername
or
  file://///servername

Simon



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