Re: The problem of SVN 1.4.3 command line
Type "PATH" by itself (no quotes) at a prompt to see a list of which
directories *that* command window will search to run stuff. It sounds like
in your case you might end up seeing Subversion mentioned twice! If you
have the "WHERE" tool installed (it comes from Windows Resource Kits), you
can just type:
That will show you all the places it finds the program in order. It's
basically just searching the PATH, but is a little less strain on your
On 3/14/07, firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
> After I installed Subversion 1.4.3 on Windows XP(SP2), the command line
> "svn ..." seems
> not working with my local working copy.
> On my PC, TortoiseSVN(1.4.3) is being used as normal client but sometime I
> need command
> line work. In order to fix the problem("This client is too old to work
> copy '.'; please get a newer Subversion client")caused by SVN upgrading, I
> Subversion from 1.3.2 to 1.4.3 but the client files(e.g., "svn.exe") seems
> still old
> version. Has the client file of SVN 1.4.3 been updated?
> In the console mode, the result of the command "svn --version" is:
> svn$B!$(Bversion 1.3.2 (r19776)
> I don't think this is corret.
> Will you tell me why and how to fix?
> Thanks in advance!
Received on Thu Mar 15 13:58:54 2007
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