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TortoiseSVN Remove Repositories from History

July 17th, 2014

I have recently configured a new subversion server for few projects.

We decided to use TortoiseSVN since it’s a great tool to use that integrates with Microsoft Windows Explorer.

The list of repositories that you can add in subversion is extended every time you try to connect to a new repository or even have a typo in your existing ones.

Over time, the list builds up and it’s becoming difficult to navigate to the correct one.

In order to delete repository URLs from the History of TortoiseSVN you have to navigate to the following registry location (assuming you have permission to make amendments to the registry).

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\TortoiseSVN\History\repoURLS

Here you will find a list of entries and it’s easy to remove the invalid or irrelevant ones.

Hope this helps you in your daily life.

St0ma

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