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  • TortoiseSVN hangs in Windows Server 2012 Azure VM

    - by ZaijiaN
    Following @shanselman's article on remoting into an Azure VM for development, I spun up my own VS 2013 VM, and that image runs on WS 2012. Once I was able to remote in, I started installing all my dev tools, including Tortoise SVN 1.8.3 64bit. Things went south once I started attempting to check out code from my personal svn server. It would hang and freeze often, although sometimes it would work - I was able to partially check out projects, but I would get frequent connection time out errors. My personal svn server (VisualSVN 2.7.2) runs at home on a windows 7 machine, and I have a dyndns url pointing to it. I have also configured my router to passthrough all 443 traffic to the appropriate port on the server. I self-signed a cert and made sure it was imported into the VM cert store under trusted root authorities. I have no problems connecting to my svn server from 4-5 other computers & locations. From the Azure VM, in both IE and Chrome, I can access the repository web browser with no issues. There are no outbound firewall restrictions. I have installed other SVN add-ons for Visual Studio (AnkhSVN, VisualSVN) and attempted to connect with my svn server, with largely the same results - random and persistent connection issues (hangs/timeouts). I spun up a completely fresh WS 2008 Azure VM, and installed TortoiseSVN, and had the same results. So I'm at a loss as to what the problem is and how to fix it. Web searches on tortoisesvn and windows server issues doesn't yield any current or relevant information. At this point, i'm guessing that maybe some setting or configuration that MS Azure VM images is the culprit - although I should probably attempt to spin up my own local WS VM to rule out that it's a window server issue. Any thoughts? I hope I'm just missing something really obvious!

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  • LAN->LAN IP translation (for TortoiseSVN + Artifacts + Buffalo router)

    - by Armchair Bronco
    Here's my scenario: I've got a VisualSVN server on my main dev box @ home. I'm also using Visual Studio 2010, TortoiseSVN, VisualSVN client (for source control), and Versioned 'Artifacts' (for bug tracking). (I had to modify the fake URL's below to use only one slash because as a new user, I can't post more than one real URL.) I've got my Buffalo AirStation WHR-HP-G300N router properly configured so my business partner can connect to the SVN server. I have port forwarding enabled for the internet-side IP address (like http:/99.888.77.66:443) which gets forwarded to an internal IP (like 192.168.11.6). This part is working great. The problem I'm having is with the integration piece between TortoiseSVN and my bug tracking system. I need to provide a bugtraq:url property, but I haven't been able to get relative paths to work. So I'm forced to use an absolute URL. On my end, I need to use the name of my server (for example: bugtraq:url = https:/my-server/svn/bla..), but this doesn't work for my partner. He needs to specify the IP address (for example: bugtraq:url = https:/999.888.77.66:443/svn/bla...) Is there a way to configure my router such that the IP address for this parameter gets re-routed/re-mapped to "https://my-server" if the request originates from the LAN itself? My router's software supports LAN-Internet and Internet-LAN, but I don't see LAN-LAN.

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  • Can't browse svn repo using TortoiseSVN on Windows Server 2008

    - by afsharm
    Hi, Environment is: Windows Server 2008 R2 x64 Slik-Subversion-1.6.11-x64 TortoiseSVN-1.6.8.19260-x64-svn-1.6.11 I have setted up svn srvice based on Jeff Atwood guidlines and can connect work with host via svn command lines like svn list svn://localhost, but TortoiseSVN can't connect to it even on server machine itself. All firewall types are off. TortoiseSVN error message is: Can't connect to host 'localhost': No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it. How can I solve this problem? Thanks in Advance,

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  • Building an Issue Tracker Plugin for TortoiseSVN

    - by Oded
    I've read a lot about IBugTraqProvider interface and implementing an issue tracker into the commit dialog of TortoiseSVN. IBugTraqProvider is written here. Is there a more simpler way not to do it, building the plug-in and installing it on TortoiseSVN. The Document is not that clear that a developer can create its own plugin. I'm working with SalesForce as the Issue Tracker, and retrieved the WSDL file to integrate with the Working Items. Now I need to know how to connect it to TortoiseSVN. Please any suggestions?

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  • TortoiseSVN overlay icons do not appear when installed by a different user account?

    - by Camsoft
    I've installed TortoiseSVN on my work Windows XP machine as the administrator. When I login in as a standard user my working copies do not display the overlay icons in Windows Explorer. I found this on TortoiseSVN's support pages: Did you install TortoiseSVN as a different user under WinNT/Win2K/WinXP than you are using now? Go to the settings of TSVN and activate the icon overlays for at least the fixed drives. The installer does this automatically for the current user (can't do it for other users...) but since you are using TSVN as a different user than you installed it you need to set this manually. http://tortoisesvn.net/node/97 I've checked the settings for overlay icons for the current user and the options Local and Network drives are checked. I've tried even toggling them off, applying, then on again and applying, then restarting but they still don't appear. I'm unable to install TortoiseSVN on the current user hence why I logged into the admin account. Any ideas?

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  • TortoiseSVN issue tracker plugin built - but not implemented

    - by Oded
    Hello, I've read all the info of how to build an issue tracker plug-in in C# for TortoiseSVN. I done that, building a class library with integration to my issue tracking (SalesForce). I don't know how to install it to TortoiseSVN itself. I've created a setup for the solution and I can install it (like JIRA solution that I found online). I don't know what is missing. Please help, Oded.

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  • TortoiseSVN svnadmin

    - by PetPaulsen
    Currently im setting up TortoiseSVN and reading through docs etc. The manual often mentions svnadmin. I figured out, that I have to download it seperatly. But the link seems to be old. After some browsing I got here. But I can't find a version 1.6.7, like my TortoiseSVN installation. Also I'm a little bit lost, because of the many files. So where can I get svnadmin from?

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  • Why does ASP.Net locks when I update code with TortoiseSVN

    - by Malartre
    Hi, when I update Adobe Flash/Flex code that is not related to ASP.Net with TortoiseSVN (latest) on a Windows Server 2008, the complete website locks and stop responding. Is it ASP.Net recompiling my code, is it IIS 7 or is it Tortoise locking the file system? How can I prevent or minimize this if I need to do an update when 1000 users are using the ASP.Net website? UPDATE: Thanks to Aito and Bryan, I learned more about AppDomain. I found these two links where I discover that folder creation/deletion recycle the AppDomain in ASP.Net 2. --If TortoiseSVN creates folders in it's hidden .svn folders hierarchy, I guess it will lock the app! ASP.NET v2.0 - AppDomain recycles, more common than before http://weblogs.asp.net/owscott/archive/2006/02/21/ASP.NET-v2.0-2D00-AppDomain-recycles_2C00_-more-common-than-before.aspx FIX: ASP.NET 2.0-connected applications on a Web site may appear to stop responding http://support.microsoft.com/kb/911272 I'm testing this. Carl

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  • Building an Issue Trecker Plugin for TortoiseSVN

    - by Oded
    I've read a lot about IBugTraqProvider interface and implementing an issue tracker into the commit dialog of TortoiseSVN. IBugTraqProvider is written here. Is there a more simpler way not to do it, building the plug-in and installing it on TortoiseSVN. The Document is not that clear that a developer can create its own plugin. I'm working with SalesForce as the Issue Tracker, and retrieved the WSDL file to integrate with the Working Items. Now I need to know how to connect it to ToortoiseSVN. Please any suggestions?

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  • TortoiseSvn Merge followed by Create Patch does not include new files

    - by JoelFan
    I am doing a Merge in TortoiseSvn, which modifies some files, deletes some, and adds some. Next I am doing a Create Patch to create a patch file with these changes. The problem is that the resulting patch file includes only the modifications and deletions, not the adds. I have discovered a workaround. If I revert the adds and then do an explicit Add of those files in TortoiseSVN, then do a Patch, it picks up everything, including the Adds. Is there a way to avoid this workaround?

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  • TortoiseSVN overlay icons do not appear when installed by a different user account?

    - by Camsoft
    I've installed TortoiseSVN on my work Windows XP machine as the administrator. When I login in as a standard user my working copies do not display the overlay icons in Windows Explorer. I found this on TortoiseSVN's support pages: Did you install TortoiseSVN as a different user under WinNT/Win2K/WinXP than you are using now? Go to the settings of TSVN and activate the icon overlays for at least the fixed drives. The installer does this automatically for the current user (can't do it for other users...) but since you are using TSVN as a different user than you installed it you need to set this manually. I've checked the settings for overlay icons for the current user and the options Local and Network drives are checked. I've tried even toggling them off, applying, then on again and applying, then restarting but they still don't appear. I'm unable to install TortoiseSVN on the current user hence why I logged into the admin account. Any ideas?

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  • TortoiseSVN commit shortcut

    - by Patrick
    I find it tedious when everytime I need to commit a file.The process goto windows explorer window, right click directory, then click 'Commit'... and then the tortoisesvn commit window. Anyone know of any shortcut to do this? Maybe press a keyboard shortcut to commit instead of having to right click directory then click commit? Thank you for saving my productivity!

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  • Why is TortoiseSVN so slow?

    - by Zack Peterson
    I'm using TortoiseSVN to connect to my Subversion repository hosted with CVSDude. It's unreasonably slow--especially on small transfers... 5 kBytes transferred in 5 minute(s) and 9 second(s)?! It's not just slow to respond, though. It bogs the computer down for 5 minutes while processing those 5 kilobytes. Could there possibly be anything wrong with my installation or settings? Or, is the blame purely with my Subversion host, CVSDude?

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  • Automate TortoiseSVN commit using cruise control

    - by pratap
    hi all, i am new to tortoise svn, can any one tell how to automate tortoisesvn's commit process using cruisecontrol.net . My attempt to do that results in an exception... being thrown. My main concern is to auto close the window that pops up when we execute the command "tortoiseproc /command: commit /path:"**********PATH********* /logmsg: "log msg" /closeonend:1"

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  • How to commit into TortoiseSVN using cruise control config file

    - by pratap
    hi all, can any one tell how to commit into tortoisesvn using cruise control config file. I am getting an error "C:***\Documentation\trunk\dotnet\svn" is not executable or it may not exist. here's the config part... <workingDirectory>C:\*****\Documentation\trunk\dotnet\</workingDirectory> <category>Individual Solutions</category> <modificationDelaySeconds>10</modificationDelaySeconds> <sourcecontrol type="svn"> <trunkUrl>******* svn url *********</trunkUrl> <username> unname </username> <password> pwd </password> <autoGetSource>true</autoGetSource> </sourcecontrol> <tasks> <exec> <executable>C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\MSBuild.exe</executable> <buildTimeoutSeconds>1200</buildTimeoutSeconds> <successExitCodes>0</successExitCodes> </exec> <exec> <executable>iisreset</executable> <buildArgs>/stop</buildArgs> </exec> <exec> <executable>c:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoiseProc.exe /command:commit /path:"C:\*****\Documentation\trunk\dotnet\"</executable> <buildTimeoutSeconds>1200</buildTimeoutSeconds> <successExitCodes>0</successExitCodes> <description>checkin shared content...</description> </exec> <exec> <executable>iisreset</executable> <buildArgs>/start</buildArgs> </exec> </tasks> </project> Thank you all,

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  • TortoiseSVN for Mac PC?

    - by George2
    Hello everyone, I am using a MacBook Pro running Mac OS X 10.5. I am new to this development environment, and previously worked on Windows. I find there is no TortoiseSVN for Mac PC, and I am wondering any alternative (better free and easy to use GUI tools) tools for Mac? thanks in advance, George

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