Tortoise svn checksum mismatch while updating
I have putty able to use gssapi on my Windows 7 x64 clients against kerberos logins for SSH. it forwards the ticket you get when you log in to windows. I have a few files that I want to exist in my svn repository but I don't want any information contained within.
Developers with the file always have local changes, but their changes should not be ...
I have been using Tortoise SVN on a windows machine successfully and have moved to a Mac. Background I'm trying to implement a number of commit hooks for Subversion. SVN and repository reside on a Linux Debian 6 server.Those commits were composed of additions (adding source code and generated static files for a new website) and deletions (removing old website source code and data).At some point I’ve updated the content, re-generated the website and wanted to commit the modified files again.If you can’t see the team directory after navigating to it, check your user account permissions for the network drive or server.
For a network drive, verify that you have read, write, and modify permissions for the team directory.
(It’s worth nothing that other project members probably weren’t too happy, because this resulted in ~100 commits and each commit results in an notification email being sent to our [email protected] mailing list.) During those commits, all the files except 3 were committed successfully.