How to delete a folder from the Subversion database in the TortoiseSVN client

If you don’t need a folder in the Subversion database anymore follow the the steps below. If you are using the TortoiseSVN Subversion client Start Windows Explorer, Right click any folder, Select “TortoiseSVN”, “Repo-browser” to open the repository browser.   In the repository browser: Right click the folder you want to remove, Select “Delete…”   […]

How to exclude a project folder from the Subversion database

If you added the AnkhSVN – Subversion Support for Visual Studio from http://ankhsvn.open.collab.net/ you can easily version your files as you develop them. In your application there could be projects or folders that you don’t want to include in source control. To ignore the changes in a project open the Solution Explorer in Visual Studio 2010, […]

How to clear the saved authentication data in TortoiseSVN

If  your TortoiseSVN client stores an incorrect username or password it will try to access the Subversion server with that stored data. To force TortoiseSVN to ask for a new username and password clear the stored data. TortoiseSVN is a shell extension, so you have to start Windows Explorer to access the TortoiseSVN menu. Start […]

How to set up VisualSVN Windows authentication

If you get the access to ‘…’ forbidden error message in an svn client most likely the Subversion server authentication is not set up correctly. Users can access the VisualSVN repository using the Windows user accounts of the server. To set up the Windows user account authentication: Install VisualSVN on the Windows server, In the start […]