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svn:externals with a space in the directory name

From: Trevor Harmon <trevor_at_vocaro.com>
Date: 2007-04-19 07:26:35 CEST

With svn:externals, I'd like to put a space in the local directory
name. For example:

"My External" svn://host/directory

According to a message on the Tortoise mailing list [1], the trick is
to replace the space with %20, like this:

My%20External svn://host/directory

Now, I don't use Tortoise, just the command line on Mac OS X, and
when I put %20 in the name, I get a directory with the characters "%
20" in it.

Is there some other way of using svn:externals with spaces? I've
tried surrounding the directory with quotation marks, but that gives
parse errors. Thanks,


[1] http://svn.haxx.se/tsvn/archive-2005-08/0620.shtml

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