My DOS location is in the working directory that contains the file in
question. If I rename the file to remove the spaces, using the SVN
command line, then the merge works. So I'm it doesn't look like a file
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
On Behalf Of firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: 13 February 2005 03:09
To: Butlin, Jason (UK - Epsom)
Subject: Re: SVN command line - spaces on Windows
"Butlin, Jason \(UK - Epsom\)" <email@example.com> writes:
> My setup is SVN 1.1.2, with the client on WinXP.
> The command is svn merge -r166:165 svn://ukserver/repo/proj/file
> If I run as shown above, I get an error about to many arguments.
> If I place double quotes around the path name, or replace the space
> %20, I receive a message about not being able to replace a directory
> from within.
What directory are you running it from, in your working copy? Does
that directory contain "file name.txt"?
> Is there a way of getting SVN to work with filenames that have space?
Yes; in fact, I'm not even sure the problem here is with space.
(The "%20" encoding is a good idea, btw, since these are still URLs.
But again, I'm not sure this problem is due to the space...)
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