CrossStudio 2.0.4 and Subversion (?)

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    Michael Johnson

    Did you point crossstudio to a command line svn client executable?

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    Dmitriy

    OK, thank You!

    For some reason, I decided that the Subversion client is integrated into the CrossStudio :)

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    Michael G

    Hello everyone,

    I had the same problem, and I set svn client executable as TortoiseProc.exe. When I connect to repo (in my local machine: file:///C:/SVN/project1) I get dialog 'Select Source Control Root Mappings'. I set Local Root - new file, and when I want browse Remote Root I get empty exproler like in picture below. What is wrong?

    Best regards

     

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    Michael Johnson

    You'll need to point to a command line client rather than TortoiseSVN.

    Regards

    Michael

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    Charles Harwell

    Hello,

    I have a similar problem with getting svn to work with crossworks (2.1.1.2011080305.11906).  Running Ubuntu Linux 11.10 with crossworks source control setup to use Subversion, Source Control Integration enabled,  executable set to /usr/bin/svn, and the repository URL set to my company's URL (I know it is working as using svn via the command line works).  When I do a VCS->Connect, I am prompted for username and password; entering the data then pressing Login button,  I get an info box with two messages complaining about libxml2.so.2 has no version information available; pressing OK on this dialog box brings back the VCS->Connect login screen.

    As a side note, I was getting this libxml2 version error on other tools run from the command line (like gvim), but I upgraded from Ubuntu 10.4 to 11.10 and these messages went away (the CrossWorks problem continues)...

    Any ideas???

    /Charlie

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    Michael Farnet

    Michael - It's been almost a year since you posted this.

    "You'll need to point to a command line client rather than TortoiseSVN."

    Which /command are they looking for?  :repobrowser?

    Can you post an example?  I'm getting the same empty dialogs as pictured above.  In the executable field I have the following:

    C:/Program Files/TortoiseSVN/bin/TortoiseProc.exe /command:repobrowser

    It gives me slightly different results, but still nothing to select.

     

    Thanks,

     

    Mike.

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    Michael Johnson

    Time flies when your having fun...

    Use one of the command line distributions e.g. collabnet.

    Upgrade to 2.2 (FOC) we've updated it to support SVN 1.7 status output.

     

    Regards

    Michael

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    Williamjsell

    I have a similar issue, where I get the dialog box which has the title "check..." and that is all.  I have CollabNet Tortoise installed and I am pointing to svn.exe as the client.  I believe this to be the command line exe.  I can connect to the repository, but when I log in and point to the local and remote roots, I get this meaningless dialog.  Any ideas?

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    divesoft

    We had the same problem and we solved it (with Rowley support). Don't use blank password or wait for new release.

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