My idea is to shorten the path name for each directory, this always works with, but if you just need to let the structure as it or of you have many paths, you can just use the Long Path Tool or Gs RichCopy 360, google both
I’m a bit late to the game on this issue but using GitLab Enterprise Edition 14.4.0.ee, my build is having this long file issue with my build on a Windows 10 powershell runner like @Chris1. I enabled long paths in Local Computer Policy > Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Filesystem by setting the Enable Win32 long paths to enabled. I even rebooted my windows vm to no avail. Do I need to use a Long Path tool as mentioned by @lianbogdady ?
Just wondering if the other posters on this issue have a better solution because this is blocking my progress on setting up GitLab. @Juan_Miller @lindsayk @ruicruz
I got it working for the moment by just adding core.longpaths to the $project.tmp/git-template/config file and repulling, that seemed to work. But I’ll try adding it to the before script when it falls over next time I flush the caches