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Which SVN subversion can I use on linux, Mac, Windows?

By : alen
Date : November 18 2020, 11:13 AM
this will help svn consists of a server and a client. The operating system the server runs on may differ from the os the client runs on (like a webserver and a browser). For the different client OS there are different svn client implementations. Some of those run on only one OS some of them on all. A lot of IDEs (e.g. IntelliJ, Eclipse, ..) even bring their own SVN client. Some common svn clients are: trotoise (windows), smart svn (windows, linux, mac), svn command line (linux - use your favourite package manager).
If you are asking for an alternative to SVN (i.e. different Version Control) e.g. git comes in mind although it works quite differently. What you do not want is a different VCS for windows & linux, that makes absolulty no sense.
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PHP4 on Linux, Dev on Windows... Subversion problem

By : Enthusiastic person
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
often Tsvn (TortoiseSVN) has a problem to move folders created by itself, so we get an error like 'Can't move xxx to yyy...' 'Working copy locked, please cleanup' or something like, then the cleanup fails.
code :
rm -rf find . -type d -name .svn


transferring subversion changes between linux and windows

By : user2477349
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue The diff and patch utilities don't take into account folder/path changes (file moves, renames, etc) so avoid using them in this case.
Is there some reason that you can't access the Linux repo directly from the windows machine?

Checking out a Linux-based subversion project into Windows and line endings

By : user2678883
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps You should probably use svn:eol-style= native. This means that it'll convert LF to CRLF when on windows, and keep LF on linux. It doesn't matter on what system you set the property.

^M on Windows Linux via subversion

By : Aoife Byrne
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you What you are seeing is someone editing a file in Windows -- probably using Notepad -- and committing the file into your Subversion repository. This adds on the line endings which screws up Makefiles and shell scripts.
Fortunately, a good program editor (that is, not Notepad) can understand that line endings on various files are different, and can preserve and even convert line endings. This means that someone who is working on a Windows machine writing Unix shell scrips or Makefiles can, in theory eliminate the ^M you're seeing. I urge developers to use IDEs like Eclipse that handle this issue, or at least use a program editor like VIM or Notepad++, but many still like using Notepad and screw everything up.
code :
[PROPERTY All Unix Scripts must have "svn:eol-style" set to "LF"]
match = .\(sh|pl|py|ksh|csh)\$
property = svn:eol-style
value = LF
type = string

[PROPERTY All Makefiles must have "svn:eol-style" set to "LF"]
match = [Mm]akefile
property svn:eol-style
value = LF
type = string


Subversion over ssh - access to the remote repository on Linux from Windows host

By : Dennis Allende
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further You need to edit your configuration file (%appdata%\Subversion\config), there is a section called tunnels where you have an out commented line like this:
code :
ssh = C:\\Program Files\\TortoiseSVN\\bin\\TortoisePlink.exe

-i c:\\Path\\to\\putty-ssh-key.ppk