How-To: Avoid unexpected SVN behaviour/crashes (before posting bugs)

Discussion in '0.2.0.0 RC4 Release and SVN Bugs' started by infinite.loop, March 18, 2006.

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    Avoid SVN upgrade problems:
    1. Install 0.2.0.0 RC4 and do *not* make any configuration changes
    2. Copy/Backup the installed folder for future SVN upgrades
    3. Extract the latest SVN into the MediaPortal folder and overwrite old files
    4. Execute the 'start.bat' file to (re)register any new modules
    5. Redo your entire configuration
    (This is somewhat clumbersome, but it will avoid any weird crashes reported by some users)


     
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