I have two problems I hope someone can help me with.
1) I've had my repository in the same place since I installed SVN and
TortoiseSVN. Let's say I have several repositories (A, B, C) in a folder
c:/server/repository/X. I've setup in apache's http.conf so that the
location /repos points to this directory X. In a web browser, I can go to
http://webserver/repos and see all of the repositories and can browse them.
I understand that one cannot browse the container folder using TortoiseSVN
and that's okay. However, shouldn't I be able to go to
http://webserver/repos/A??? I'm not able to. I'm sure I used to be able to.
I get the following error:
Error * PROPFIND request failed on '/repos/Drupal' PROPFIND of
'/repos/Drupal': 301 Moved Permanently (http://devserver)
It doesn't matter whether I visit A, B or C. The only thing that works is
going one level deeper - i.e. A/trunk, or A/tags, etc. If I use
file:///c:/server/repository/X/A, there's no problem.
2) Inside repository A, I have defined a subfolder W. I tried to rename it,
but scmbug gave me an error. I believe it was error 7. This was also through
the http interface. I was able to rename it using file:///. I realize this
may not be the best place to pose this second question. I'll ask the scmbug
Please email (CC) me directly with any responses.
My compliments to the programmers. I use Tortoise both in Windows and inside
Eclipse. Works great.
Received on Fri Feb 23 23:35:57 2007