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It seems that up to SVN 1.6 is supported. Please consider adding support for the newly released 1.7 of SVN (at least tortoiseSVN).
Can you be more specific about what needs to be supported in SVN 1.7?
* Are there new features you'd like to see MD support?
* Did the addin stop working with newer versions of the SVN libraries?
* Do you want an easier way to have MD use a newer SVN version than the system SVN installation?
Note that MD uses the system SVN installation on Mac and Linux, which on MacOS X Lion is 1.6.16.
My understanding, which may be incorrect, was 1.7 required changes on the client side. I have been having problems with SVN integration in MD 2.8.1 which I filed a different bug report on and included the exception detail. I have since reverted my server back to the 1.6 version even though I hear the 1.7 still works with 1.6 clients so it shouldn't have been a server issue in the first place. Please test SVN integration with MD 2.8, I was unable to publish a new solution/project, etc. I am using VisualSVN server 2.1.x (I had updated to 2.5 which uses SVN 1.7 but have reverted to try and get things working).
Do you recall whether the MacOS commandline svn worked with the server?
I haven't used nor do I know the command line methods with SVN. I have been using SVN with MD 2.4 without a problem for over a year, I used 2.6 briefly, and now with 2.8 I'm unable to use it at all for whatever reason.
To support this you need to install a newer version of svn. MonoDevelop uses the system svn library which is 1.6.16 on macos lion. The simplest thing to do would be to not use tortisesvn, or use an older verison which uses 1.6 style clientside repositories.
You can use either 1.6 or 1.7 on the server side, it makes no difference. You just have to ensure that both applications (built in svn on macos and tortise svn) use the same svn version.
I do not know if this is related or not but in OpenSuSE and Windows SVN does not work anymore either. Tried both 3.0.4 and 3.0.5 versions and while MonoDevelop does check out code it never opens the solution. Also tried opening an already checked out folder but did not work either.
I as going to fill a new bug, but I'm not sure if that would be a duplicate for this... any comments?
svn 1.7.6 works fine on the commandline, but is not supported in MD 3.x
*** Bug 5525 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 10446 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Please support svn 1.7 client integration on windows and mac.
I want to use Xamarin with svn projects that I use with other svn tools that use the svn 1.7 client. The svn 1.6 and 1.7 clients are not compatible with each other.
Please add my name to the list of those chomping at the bit for SVN 1.7 support. The new standard has been out for quite some time now, and this really needs updating. The fact that this ticket is two years old and still under "NEW" status is frankly appalling.
Support for svn 1.7 has been implemented. It will be included in upcoming releases.
Great to hear, FYI, SVN 1.8 is now the latest.
also, adding web refernce fails due to this. need to rename .svn restart Xamarin, import web reference. and then have to use cmd line to rename (winblows) attrib filename.xxx -r -h -s
ren filename.xxx .svn
Will take a look at this. :D