Code collaborator and SVN

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Code collaborator and SVN
Posted on 17 Aug 2011, 04:30 PM
Atul Kulkarni User avatar
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I am trying to validate the svn https repository link in Code Collaborator client[6_5_6501]. However I am not able to do so. Following is the error which I am getting:

Error: SCM system could not be auto-detected, but there was an error: Could not determine if checkout C:\test is managed by Subversion: svn: E155007: 'C:\' is not a working copy

Could anybody know how to resolve this error? Thanks!

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RE: Code collaborator and SVN
Posted on 18 Oct 2011, 03:03 PM
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I've just barely begun to see this, too. I didn't see it before and I think it may be related to the version of the client I upgraded to today: v6.5.6502

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RE: Code collaborator and SVN
Posted on 20 Oct 2011, 02:36 PM
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I've been seeing this problem too using CC  v6.1.6101.  It started when I shifted from TortiseSVN 1.6 to TortiseSVN 1.7.  I suspect that it may have something to do with the consolidated .svn directories.  Any fix for CC - or workaround?
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RE: Code collaborator and SVN
Posted on 20 Oct 2011, 03:48 PM
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I concur with Jason.

When I downgraded my svn client (clients, actually), then I was able to work normally.

Our team uses Tortoise for day-to-day subversion access (i.e. use what you like but if you want help...) and the SlikSubversion tools to integrate with collaborator. Also, I like using cygwin tools, so I had several subversion clients running at once. Upgrading any of them this time around mandated a non-reversible upgrade to the view files. I suspected the tortoise package (which finally includes command line tools) of being the culprits but the problem still manifested without tortoise there and with the latest Code Collaborator and the latest Slik tools.

After numerous uninstall/reboot cycles, I installed clean copies of the earlier tools and all was well, just not up to date.

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RE: Code collaborator and SVN
Posted on 21 Oct 2011, 06:07 PM
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I just ran into this also after upgrading to Subversion 1.7.0, COME ON SMART BEAR we need a FIX!!!!! You need to keep up with the open source tools you integrate with!! PLEASE!
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RE: Code collaborator and SVN
Posted on 21 Nov 2011, 10:15 AM
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This needs fixed, addsvndiffs is not a sufficient workaround.



We often have other changes in our working copies that we don't want included in our reviews.



Is svn 1.7 support even in the 7.0 beta that is currently available?

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RE: Code collaborator and SVN
Posted on 21 Nov 2011, 01:45 PM
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Here's hoping this gets fixed soon. We are hitting this now too.
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RE: Code collaborator and SVN
Posted on 21 Nov 2011, 01:58 PM
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Notes from the 1.7 beta documentation I looked at today:
  • CodeCollaborator does not currently support SVN 1.7.
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RE: Code collaborator and SVN
Posted on 22 Nov 2011, 02:41 PM
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I have run into this as well. We are currently using subversion version 1.7...which is from 2009. The latest version of SVN is 2.5 which we plan on upgrading too...which means code collaborator is not something we will be able to use...correct?
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RE: Code collaborator and SVN
Posted on 25 Nov 2011, 05:14 PM
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I just wanted to chime in with another "PLEASE SmartBear, add support for SVN 1.7 as soon as possible". SVN 1.7 gives us great benefits which are currently making us chose between using 1.7 and using CodeCollaborator...
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RE: Code collaborator and SVN
Posted on 28 Nov 2011, 12:36 PM
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and just because I have managed to confuse myself, I have to ask...



We are using Tortoise SVN, which is against SVN 1.7





we are going to be bumping our server side up to SVN 2.5



which version is Code Collaborator worried about?

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RE: Code collaborator and SVN
Posted on 28 Nov 2011, 12:38 PM
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@John Sieglaff:

If you want to use Code Collaborator, you will have to downgrade your client sides to SVN 1.6 -- at least according to my experience at this point.

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RE: Code collaborator and SVN
Posted on 05 Dec 2011, 11:27 AM
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The new 7.0 beta release (7013) has just been released and includes support for SVN 1.7: 

http://smartbear.com/support/downloads/codecollaborator/installers-7-0/

This should address both of the problems in this thread. Please see if this new version addresses your issues and if you have questions or problems, please e-mail support@codecollab.com

Thanks!
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RE: Code collaborator and SVN
Posted on 29 Mar 2012, 01:48 PM
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I was having this issue as well, and am using version 6 instead of 7.  



The current windows client version installer posted on the version 6 downloads page (ccollab_client_6_5_6507_windows.exe) solved this issue for me.



If you're on version 6, use this link instead:

http://support.smartbear.com/downloads/codecollaborator/installers-6-0/







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