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Re: svn checkout crush on mapped samba share from windows client

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2008 21:27:08 -0600

On Jan 28, 2008, at 19:37, John Peacock wrote:

> Alexxoid wrote:
>> This is a not acceptable choice for me, because we are using linux
>> server as the development server -- it includes apache + php
>> applications.
> Then you should have said that before, so I could given you the
> "correct" answer
> the first time. ;-)
> The development server should have it's own working copy, that you
> are not
> sharing with a workstation. You should never share working copies
> between
> people or machines, because it can confuse you when you try and
> commit changes.
> Every working copy should be "local" and unique to that person/
> process.


He didn't say he was sharing a working copy. :) If he is sharing a
working copy, then yes, he should stop that. But for example at the
web design shop where I used to work, the developers also used
Windows machines, and used TortoiseSVN to check out working copies
onto Samba-mounted shares from a central Linux development server.
These were private working copies for each developer, in their home
directory on the Linux server. It worked. Something could be strange
about Alexxoid's Samba setup that's preventing it from working for him.

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