But when performing SVN operations afterwards, the error message thrown is typically: Error: Error while updating filelist ('/.svn/entries' no such file or directory) Unfortunately the file really exists but its relative path prevents Rapidsvn from retrieving it (I don't know from which current directory it operates but it seems this is not the one from which the application was started).
The solution is to edit bookmarks and change relative paths into absolute ones.
Note that data is actually retrieved from the SVN server and/or the bookmark added with the project file tree correctly displayed.
From Windows Vista, MSBuild is distributed with Windows itself, making it a strong platform for implementing scripted application on non-developer PCs as well.
I've previously encountered this error - found a blog that told me what the problem was.
For Cent OS and RHEL there are excellent pre-built binaries including dependencies available from the RPMForge.
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A better solution would obviously be that rapidsvn detects relative paths and converts them into absolute ones before creating bookmarks!
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