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Re: Getting the SVN command line to work with Tortoise and SmartSVN clients

From: Eric Hanchrow <offby1_at_blarg.net>
Date: 2006-05-12 01:57:38 CEST

>>>>> "Mike" == Mike Craig <Mike.Craig@freeclear.com> writes:
    Mike> I am running in WinXP with the dot_net_hack environement
    Mike> variable set.

I think that explains it. Each svn client distinguishes working copy
directories from regular ones by the presence of a subdirectory named
".svn" ... except when you're using the dot_net_hack, in which case
it's named _svn.

    Mike> I execute an svn co svn://ServerName/Project

... creating Project/.svn

    Mike> I open Windows explorer, and using TortoiseSVN

... which looks for Project/_svn, and doesn't find it, which leads to

    Mike> it is acting like these are not subversion files at all.

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