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Re: subscription

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 14:15:21 -0500

On Jul 16, 2008, at 13:44, Neetu Patel wrote:

> Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>> On Jul 14, 2008, at 10:46, Neetu Patel wrote:
>>> I have an issue that I am cruisecontrol.net for build automation.
>>> For this I am using Subversion 1.4 and Tortoise SVN as
>>> a client for taking the latest version from SVN .I installed the
>>> Subversion server and client successfully. But , when I am trying
>>> to run SVN update command on my working directory. I am getting
>>> error "Unable to create directory". I checked that my directory is
>>> not readonly.My server configuration is windows2003 x64 Service
>>> Pack2. I have doubt weather Subversion server runs on 64bit system
>>> or not?
>> I assume Subversion works on 64-bit systems. Can you please show us
>> the exact command you typed and the exact response you got back? Also
>> I recommend you upgrade to Subversion 1.5 since that's the current
>> version.
> Hello Ryan,
> Thanks for your response. It's really helpful.
> I installed Subversion1.5 from zip file. When I am trying to run "SVN
> help" command at C:\Subversion\subversion-1.5.0\subversion path.
> I am getting error "SVN is not a recognized internal or external
> command". My SVN folder is under
> C:\Subversion\subversion-1.5.0\subversion.Please suggest.

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