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Re: Revision graph does't work with local file system access

From: Claus Michelse <claus.michelsen.subversion_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2006-02-20 00:38:31 CET

On 2/19/06, Sven Brueggemann <SBrueggemann@gmx.net> wrote:
>
> Claus Michaelse wrote:
>
> > Since 1.3 (not too sure what version it got broken in), TSVN has been
> > unable to do revision graphs when accessing repositories in the local
> > file system.
> > I am doing my project solo, so I just created a repository on C: and
> check
> > the files out locally. In the past I have been able to use the revision
> > graph feature (and mighty nice it is too) but no longer.
> > I realize that my use-case might be not that common but it would be
> really
> > nice if it could work again.
>
> Can't reproduce that. Can you be somewhat more specific? What do you do?
> How do you access the revision graph? What are the URLs you use?
> Is there an error message or just an empty graph? Do you have branches and
> tags in your repository?
>
> In common repository layouts you will only receive a reasonable revision
> graph on trunk.
>
> Kind regards
>
> Sven
>
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Hello Sven,

The kind of URL that I am using is "
file:///C:/SCM/products/shopping_list/trunk/win32-i386-debug.bat". To access
the graph, I just right-click on a file that is marked as under subversion
and select "revision graph". The window appears but says "No graph
available". At this time, I just have a trunk in my subversion database. I
do have some externals, but I get the same error message regardless of
whether I try a file in the main "path" (all of the externals refer to the
same Subversion database) or in one of the externals.

Perhaps it is down to NIS 2006. I tried to switch it off and suddenly I
could get the graph for one file but when I switched it back on I still
could. Switching it off again, I couldn't get any other file to display the
graph.

I tried to create a new subversion database but got same behaviour.

I am using XP SP2 with the latest patches. I am using the latest version of
SVN and TSVN.

If this doesn't ring any bells, I will try to play around some more.

Thank you for taking the time to reply.

Cheers,
Claus
Received on Mon Feb 20 00:38:39 2006

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