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Re: AW: SVN Commit Failed For Data larger Than 2 GB [How To Resolve]

From: Mohsin <mohsinchandia_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2014 09:27:35 -0700 (PDT)

Thanks Dear,

>Thanks - it would have been more clear if you had shown that svn
>command line instead of the one that used the file:// protocol.

Ignore my file:// protocol post that was in some other context . I am using
HTTP protocol for repository access.

>First note that the svn command line client is available for windows
>too, and it might be worth verifying that it can succeed in exactly
>the same circumstances where tortoise fails. As others have noted,
>this mail list doesn't have much to do with the tortoise client, so
>you probably won't get the best advice about this problem here. But,
>make sure you are using the latest tortoise - if the issue is really
>in the neon libraries, it looks like neon has been dropped in the 1.8

How can I use svn command line for windows ? Can you tell me in this regard

I am using Tortoise svn client older version (1.6 or 1.7) may be due to this
older version Tortoise svn client was not able to commit larger data. I'll
upgrade my Tortoise svn client version to latest and try to commit data may
be with latest version I will be able to commit data on windows machine too.
I'll update you regarding this shortly.


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