I'm trying to add https://fpml-toolkit.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/fpml-toolkit/C#/trunk/ as an enlistment to my project but it says its an invalid URL. I've tried escaping the # as %23 (https://fpml-toolkit.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/fpml-toolkit/C%23/trunk/) but this also fails.
I'd rather not rename the directory in SVN as there are a number of people attached to the trunk.
Is there a way to make this work. Thanks.
The solution is twofold:
Either add the entire subversion in a single enlistment as I have just done and then delete the other two enlistments or once this current fetch is done, add an ignore order to it in order to remove the other two directories so they aren't double-counted. (Either way, problem solved.) (I think this is too flippant - I haven't tried this solution yet and not sure it will work as expected...)
Suggested ignore order: Disallow: Files/ Disallow: Java/ Disallow: C#/tags Disallow: C#/branches
I see you've been busy and probably have solved the problem. I hope it works and will be glad to help (after my humility recharge...)
Well I wouldn't call it busy. I've (preemptively) entered ignore paths for the tags and branches area. I'm waiting for the import to finish processing to see if it works.
Looks OK now. Thanks
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