SVN Import Causes Crash

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    SVN Import Causes Crash

    I am trying to import a project into a repository, and it causes it to crash.

    Code:
    h:\subversion\bin\svn import H:/Visual Studio 2005/Projects/Hello World/ file:///h:/repository -m nomsg
    Code:
    Adding (bin) H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World.suo
    Adding H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World.sln
    Adding H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\debug
    Adding (bin) H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\debug\Hello World.pdb
    Adding (bin) H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\debug\Hello World.ilk
    Adding (bin) H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\debug\Hello World.exe
    Adding H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World
    Adding H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\stdafx.h
    Adding H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\Debug
    Adding (bin) H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\Debug\stdafx.obj
    Adding (bin) H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\Debug\Hello World.exe.embed.manifest.res
    Adding (bin) H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\Debug\Hello World.pch
    Adding (bin) H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\Debug\vc80.pdb
    Adding (bin) H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\Debug\Hello World.obj
    Adding H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\Debug\mt.dep
    Adding (bin) H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\Debug\BuildLog.htm
    Adding H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\Debug\Hello World.exe.intermediate.manifest
    Adding H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\Debug\Hello World.exe.embed.manifest
    Adding (bin) H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\Debug\vc80.idb
    Adding H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\stdafx.cpp
    Adding H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\Hello World.vcproj.R30225.student.user
    Adding H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\ReadMe.txt
    Adding H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\Hello World.cpp
    Adding H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World\Hello World.vcproj
    Adding (bin) H:\Visual Studio 2005\Projects\Hello World\Hello World.ncb
    I really have no idea what the deal is. I am using a 1.4.0 client and repository created with no additional flags. If this is not an appropriate place to post, where should I do it instead?

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    hmmm, I'll have to go re-read the system specs for subversion, I didn't know they got it working on windows, last time I checked the SERVER only ran on linux, the tortoise svn client was a shell integration svn client for windows, embedding itself right into the windows explorer ui in the context menus
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    If the average user can put a CD in and boot the system and follow the prompts, he can install and use Linux. If he can't do that simple task, he doesn't need to be around technology.

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    I am running into way too many problems with this version control stuff.

    I don't think that's the problem, I can do this kind of stuff normally. Basically, here's what my deal is. I'm trying to set up a repository to use for my projects that I work on at school. The local drive is protected by fortress or something, and I can not install anything on it or do much with it. I am given space on a network drive where I store my projects. I got the svn binaries onto my space on the network drive and set up a repository there. I don't know any stand alone svn client that I would be able to install, and lots of random problems involving the repository directory layout.

    Maybe I'll try to articulate those better.

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    Tonto, you can set up a local repository with no problems using a client app, setting a repository up for remote access requires installing the server itself. From what you have said, I don't think you have the server.

    if the school has one, you should be able to connect to it from anywhere, with your valid student login, so you wouldn't need to iinstall the server to gain access to the repository.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Henager
    If the average user can put a CD in and boot the system and follow the prompts, he can install and use Linux. If he can't do that simple task, he doesn't need to be around technology.

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    Yeah I know. I never said anything about setting up a server.

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    How can I set svn:ignore using the eSVN GUI frontend?

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    Where is the config file located so that I can set the global-ignore setting? I do not have write access to the registry.

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