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Re: TSVN checkout error, but can checkout from unix client

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2005-08-09 20:38:54 CEST

Zhang, Qin (Mike) wrote:

>I recently convert source codes from cvs to subversion. I have no
>problem to checkout the entire repository (3610 files, 32437 revisions)
>from unix client. But when I checkout the
>repository via TSVN-1.2.1, I always get an error message as the
>Error: In directory 'C:\test_herb\trunk\herb' Can't open file
>The system cannot find the file specified.
>I tried windows version of svn client (either svn co svn:// or svn co
>http://..). It's the same problem. (VirusScan was disabled when
>Here is my Subversion environment.
>Server: Subversion 1.2.1 w/Apache 2.0.54 on solaris 8
>Client: TortoiseSVN 1.2.1 on Windows XP pro
>The repository can be checkout via unix client (either svn co svn:// or
>svn co http://..) But no luck via TSVN.
>Anyone sees this problem before? I couldn't find any discussion
>regarding this.
There's been lots of discussion about this. The most likely problem is
that you have one or more files in a directory in the repo whose names
differ only in case. Windows can't handle that.

-- Brane

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