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

From: Les Mikesell <lesmikesell_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2014 11:41:27 -0500

On Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 11:27 AM, Mohsin <mohsinchandia_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> 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
> release:
> How can I use svn command line for windows ? Can you tell me in this regard
> ?

The tortoise installer should offer to include a command line client
too, but it will probably be built with the same library as the GUI.
There are several other builds linked from:
plus one from the Cygwin environment (which, being a more linux-like
environment may confuse your line endings if you aren't careful).

> 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.

As a general recommendation: I usually try to update free software
before fighting bugs that might already be fixed.

   Les Mikesell
Received on 2014-10-01 18:41:58 CEST

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