On 19 April 2011 03:09, David Graham <davix_at_plasmatronics.com.au> wrote:
> Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn <at> gmail.com> writes:
>> On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 04:56, David Graham <David <at> plasmatronics.com.au>
>> > I've just done a new install of tortoise 1.6.15 on a new install of
>> > Win2K Pro SP4, and the repo-browser will take me to
>> > http://server/repos/folder, but not to svn://server/repos/folder. SVN
>> > protocol works against the same server from XP and Windows 7.
>> > From Win 2K I get 'No repository found in svn://server/repos/folder'.
>> > I assume some kind of networking or authentication error. Does anyone
>> > have any idea what components might be broken or need updating?
>> The dev list is about discussing the development of TSVN.
>> For everything else, use the users list please.
>> And this is clearly a question you should ask on the users list.
> Hi Stefan,
> Do you have any idea what Windows Components the Protocol sections of Tortoise
> use? And particularly, the difference between the code for the SVN protocol and
> the HTTP protocol? It's not that I am totally unable to examine the code
> myself, but I was hoping that someone who has already done some work with
> source might help bring me up to speed.
The dev list is about discussing the development of TSVN.
For everything else, use the users list please.
And this is clearly a question you should ask on the users list.
The protocol is all handled internally by the subversion library, so
the subversion mailing list is what you want if you are diving into
the code. But it could be something trivial and if you ask on the
users mailing list as requested you might even get a response.
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