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Re: Solved!

From: Madison Kelly <linux_at_alteeve.com>
Date: 2006-09-18 19:19:40 CEST

Andy Levy wrote:
> On 9/18/06, Madison Kelly <linux@alteeve.com> wrote:
>> Thanks to all who replied (and there were a lot!!) :)
>> I didn't realize that the install:
>> http://subversion.tigris.org/servlets/ProjectDocumentList?folderID=91
>> was the client (looked like the server). This does the job perfectly,
>> thank you!
>> As for why I am not using TortoiseSVN, it wasn't a problem with the
>> program itself but with the installer. It requires installing an updated
>> MS Installer (in SP2) which was more than I am willing to do to install
>> one program. I am sure the program itself is great. :p
> Unless you have software or some other requirement/restriction that
> prevents you from installing SP2, you really should install it anyway,
> just for the massive security fixes it includes. Eventually you'll
> have to as more programs start requiring the newer installer and
> features/fixes that are included in it as well.

I agree completely, but at this moment it isn't feasible. Once it's done
though, I'll certainly look into TortoiseSVN. :)


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Received on Mon Sep 18 19:21:18 2006

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