[wp-hackers] The "SVN UP" troubles...
lists.automattic.com at callum-macdonald.com
Mon Apr 14 09:28:46 GMT 2008
Whenever you touch a working copy with a newer version of svn it records
that version number and then won't work with any older versions. If
you're not moving your working copy around, just delete it and create a
new one, should work fine.
Hans Engel wrote:
> Dreamhost's servers probably were using a newer version of SVN, and made
> a note in the .svn folders (or something like that) that the client
> needs to be version x.x to function with the working copy. Inline
> Hosting's version of SVN, which was older than Dreamhost's copy, saw the
> note and could not proceed.
> You'll need to contact Inline Hosting and ask them to upgrade their
> 'svn' program. It's almost definitely their end.
> On Sun, 2008-04-13 at 06:41 -0400, Mr. Awesome wrote:
>> I was just wondering, is it me, or is something just not working
>> correctly.. I normally do:
>> Start > Run > CMD > plink domain.net > enter passphrase > ls > cd to my
>> directory > ls > svn up
>> And it works fine.. But lately, I've been getting messages like this...
>> (Through CMD and Putty methods)...
>> user at mydomain.net [~/public_html]# svn up
>> svn: This client is too old to work with working copy ''; please get a
>> newer Subversion client
>> user at mydomain.net [~/public_html]#
>> The only thing I could think of, is, I recently changed my domain name
>> servers to another host, because Dreamhost.com is crap. Perhaps it's
>> "inlinehosting.com's" fault? Or, what?
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