Error while creating tag from specific machine

There are two windows machine ( imaged differently) where we are connecting to SVN using Tortoise SVN ( GUI and Command Line). Both machine are able to do basic task like check-out/check-in/browse repository. However, when attempted to create a tag (...
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2017-11-29 19:11 (0) Answers

SVN Finding files in any of changesets

Let's assume in the first changeset I have two files modified a.cs b.cs In the second changeset I have just one file modified a.cs I'd like to use TortoiseSVN or the console to get the files in common between the two changeset. Is it possible?...
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2017-11-21 18:11 (1) Answers

path based authz on svn not working

I am using dav_svn_module and authz_svn_module and have setup AuthzSVNAccessFile as: [groups] developer = a_dev,b_dev,c_dev doc = x_doc,y_doc [/doc] @doc = rw @developer = rw [/] @developer = rw * = r I want members of doc group to have write ac...
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2017-11-21 11:11 (1) Answers

TortoiseSVN only works on checkout

I can do the initial checkout just fine but I can't commit or update any repos. I'm running through a VPN. The issue is only with by desktop Windows 10 system. The work laptop (win10), on the same network sitting right beside the desktop, works fi...
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2017-11-07 16:11 (0) Answers

SVN Checkout skipping folders in between

I have a directory structure on svn like the following: trunk Folder A trunk Folder A Contents tags branches Folder B trunk Folder B Contents tags branches I would like to checkout of only the root trunk folder, but ignore all trun...
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2017-11-03 17:11 (1) Answers

Tortoise SVN - Step through revision differences

Using svn, specifically the tortoisesvn client, is there an easy way to step through the differences revision by revision? I'm doing a code review, and there's been multiple commits done to a particular file. I can do a show log and manually se...
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2017-10-30 19:10 (1) Answers

tortoisesvn dump/load from 32 bit to 64 bit

My question is about... i have installed tortoisesvn 1.7.6 version 32bit in a 32 bit windows machine, so in this machine i have a repository (many vb.net projects). I want to migrate all of this repository structure to a 64 bit windows machine and in...
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2017-10-29 01:10 (0) Answers

How do I apply SVN properties stored in a file?

It's possible to print out all properties in a SVN work directory using the svn proplist -v -R command. Additionally, you can print out the properties formatted as xml by adding the -xml flag. Once I've dumped all of my properties to a file, is ther...
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2017-10-27 19:10 (0) Answers

Disable TortoiseSVN project Monitor

I installed TortoiseSVN on my work laptop (win 7 Ent.) and tried to integrate Tortoise with R-Studio. But because of some known issues (see here), I did not take it further and disabled subversioning on R-Studio. Since then, when I start R-Studio cli...
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2017-10-18 19:10 (0) Answers

create local branch in svn like git

In git when I want to fix something or create new feature I am adding new local branch, apply the changes that need and then merge it to master branch and push it, but I SVN I can't create local branch, apparently when I want new feature branch I ha...
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2017-10-16 08:10 (1) Answers

How many Tortoise SVN directories do I need?

We currently have all our website files located in Tortoise SVN. Right now I have a local directory on my computer. These are "working files" on which I make updates. Then I copy and paste the updated file into SVN folders located on a remote server....
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2017-10-13 15:10 (1) Answers

TortoiseSVN could not begin a transaction

I have just created an svn repository on a remote secure server (You need a user name and a password to access it) using puTTY: svnadmin create repo_name Then, I created a working copy using the import command, and pointing to the repository. The ...
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2017-10-12 15:10 (1) Answers

How two version of code exists in SVN?

I'm new to svn and trying to understand it's concepts. But I'm struggling to understand this logic. Lets say I'm working on one project and In that project there are three developers and all are working on their split work. So for that we have creat...
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2017-10-06 05:10 (1) Answers