Michael Fritz wrote:
> I don't know if I've described my feature request in the subject so
> everyone can understand it, however I will try it here in the body now:
> I've installed the latest tsvn, release 1.3.5, in Windows and tried to
> update the Jedi Code Library located on Sourceforge at
> After some months of not updating those files I updated yesterday. Many
> files have been changed by the project teams and the download lasts very
> long. I'm using the update command of tsvn and after some files the updates
> stops and says:
> "...error "REPORT request
> failed on '/svnroot/jvcl/!svn/vcc/default' and 'REPORT of
> /svnroot/jvcl/!svn/vcc/default': Could not read response body:....'
That's actually a problem of Sourceforge. Check their issue tracker and
you'll find a lot of such entries. The Sourceforge team is working on a
solution for this, but don't expect one real soon. It happens because of
their setup (multiple servers which redirect certain traffic, ...)
> BTW: I was told that this error derives from a transparent proxy between my
> location or better between the internet provider and Sourceforge - I cannot
> confirm this since I'm using different providers @work and @home and it
> stops at both locations.
Yes, transparent proxies are one of the reasons for those problems on
Sourceforge. But there are others too (Sourceforge internal ones).
The last thing I heard was that they've solved almost all cases of this
error, but some (as you mentioned: those with transparent proxies) can't
be fixed with a workaround because some of those proxies have a bug
which causes this error with the Sourceforge setup. I don't know if they
will change their setup to avoid those problems or if they just leave it
to the users to update their proxies...
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Received on Thu Jul 27 20:21:27 2006