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Problems committing when working copy is on Network drive

From: Tremal Naik <tremalnaik_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-04 13:01:05 CET

Hello to the fellowship of Subversion,
I'm using TortoiseSVN 1.40 with Subversion server version 1.3.2 using web dav

None of us has experienced any problem while the working copy is on a
local drive. A colleague of mine likes working on shared folder, so he
checkedout his copy on a network drive. That means, his pcA has a
network drive mapping a shared folder on PcB, where he checked out a
project form Subversion, and he tries to commit on PcA the changes in
source on PcB.

The first time we had a file corrupted, with a checksum error, so I
had to restore the repository. Now it looks that when he selects the
commit from the root of the project folder, TortoiseSVN is not picking
all the changes in the source i.e., it "jumps" some files, so the
commit is then Incomplete.

Has anyone experienced the same problem? Do you think he should
"downgrade" to a earlier version of TortoiseSVN?

Any hints?

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