Using: VisualSVN Server, TortoiseSVN, AnkhSVN I used TortoiseSVN to make an initial repository load for all my .NEt projects AND supporting sources / resources that i want to keep. I am planning to use tortoiseSVN for all general source control actions and AnkhSVN for within Visual Studio solutions. My problem is that my repository now […]
I’ve updated my TortoiseSVN client and now I’m getting the error when trying to update or commit to different repositories: The requested name is valid, but no data of the requested type was found Any ideas on how I can solve this? Internet Explorer shows up appropriate URL just fine. TortoiseSVN 1.5.3, Build 13783.
I know this is the same title as other posts, but I have searched and searched and cannot find a solution. I upgraded from TortoiseSVN 1.6 to 1.8.4 on all of my machines. My main dev machine started getting this error: ra_serf: An error occurred during SSL communication My client is using ProjectLocker.com, so I […]
This is my first time trying to use any SCM so please bear with me. Following the SVN manual, I create a repo in an empty directory. All good. Then I try to import an existing project folder. I’m using the shell command but it’s like this: Import C:\Users\aaa\SVN\proj to file:///C:/proj_2 Unable to open an […]
I’m trying to set up svn:externals with TortoiseSVN on a Windows machine. I have two projects and both repositories have been already created on the same local machine. The current structure looks like this. I created repoA, repoB for repositories and workA and workB for working directories (checkouts). Repositories Z:\repos\repoA Z:\repos\repoB Working Directories Z:\Projects\workA\trunk\core.php Z:\Projects\workA\trunk\lib\lib01.php […]
I want to do the following: When one user is editing a file from SVN, no other user can edit this file until the first user commits his changes. That is there would be some kind of writelock on files in svn. Is this possible in SVN? How to do it? Is it possible to […]
The mergeinfo feature of SVN is really useful, but it puts a log entry in the revision log when all that’s been changed on a file are svn properties, which we typically don’t want to see. Is there a way to filter out property-only changes in the TortoiseSVN log?
I have a conflict when merging a .js file – Tortoise SVN says a conflict occured but no edit conflict button is shown. What does this mean, and how do I fix it if there is no edit conflict button? Screenshot of missing edit conflict button:
I’ve created a SubVersion server on one of the machines in my workgroup. From my development box I’m able to access the repository and check in/out files without any problem. I’ve just installed TortoiseSVN and no matter what I do it won’t connect to the repository on the server. I get the infamous error “No […]
I am working on a SVN project, and I need to execute my pre-commit hook script from the client side. Is there any way to execute them?