On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 08:33, James Green <James.Green_at_occam-dm.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I've just added a new solution to a repo on our svn server (Visual SVN
> 1.6.3) which I believe is using Svn 1.5 ...
> I added the solution to SubVersion using TortoiseSVN 1.6.0, Build 15855. I
> also have the AnkhSvn plugin installed. Now in VS everything is marked with
> a blue + sign and basically VS thinks this is all outside of Svn ... so I
> initially started to go through the commit thing again and then I got an
> error that told me to go to this page:
Did you upgrade AnkhSVN to a version compatible with SVN 1.6 when you
> I must admit that I find a lot of docs and pages on the Svn site to be more
> confusing than helpful. This is all telling me that my CLIENT
> (Tortoise/Ankh) is out of date, whereas its the clients that are the most up
> to date and the Visual SVNServer is probably the oldest version we have ...
If you touch a WC with multiple clients, all those clients must be
built on the same major.minor SVN libraries due to WC format changes.
> Do I actually need to upgrade the Visual Svn Server software???
> Is this actually a bug somewhere or can someone explain this to my confused
Client & server versions are independent as long as you stay within
1.x. Newer features will be partially or completely disabled depending
upon what versions you have in the mix, but with a 1.5 server
(VisualSVN Server 1.6 is SVN 1.5) and 1.6 clients, there's no change
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Received on 2009-04-03 15:33:26 CEST