I'm seeing this exact same problem.
I'm running Ubuntu Dapper with Subversion 1.3 and Apache 2.0.55 (pretty much
straight out of the box).
We are using TortoiseSVN 1.3.3 on Win XP Pro SP2 machines.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eric Horne [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2006 1:36 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: 301 Moved Perm error; only with TortoiseSVN!
> I'm running Fedora Core 5/ SVN 1.3.1 for a server. TortoiseSVN 1.3.3
> from a windows XP Media Center 2005 client. I'm hoping someone can point
> me in the right direction here.
> Using TortoiseSVN, if I try to execute a merge of changes made to the
> trunk into a branch I have, I get an "301 Moved Permanently" error from
> the server. If I do what I think is exactly the same command from my
> command-line SVN client, I get no such error.
> Furthermore, I am able to checkout, produce logs, produce a diff (via
> the merge dialog!), create branches, commit, basically do all sorts of
> stuff. Occasionally (I haven't figured out what conditions) I have a
> problem producing a revision graph (it reports no graph available).
> Never can I merge.
> Example: I create a brand new repository on the linux box, correct
> permissions and all. Create a "trunk", a "branches" , and a
> "branches/b1". I create and commit hello.txt into "trunk" (creating rev
> 4). I branch it to branches/b1. I change the trunk/hello.txt to create a
> rev 6. I do all this through tortoiseSVN successfully. Now i go to apply
> the changes between rev 4 and rev 6 to my current working copy
> (branches/b1/hello.txt). Executing a dry-run yields a 301 error. If I do
> the following command from the same client, it is successful (in the
> working directory)
> svn merge -r 4:6 http://svn.myserver.com/testrepo/trunk/hello.txt
> Does anyone know what I could possibly be doing wrong? I have apache
> 2.2.x setup on the linux box, it is hosting svn dav. I have no
> authentication setup, and I am using a virtual host. I have DocumentRoot
> set for the virtual host to point to some place far away and empty
> (/var/tmp/myemptydir). The rest is pretty standard out-of-the-box
> Can anyone help me? It appears to be a TortoiseSVN problem, but I'm
> still learning SVN, so maybe I munged something up...
> Thanks for your help.
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Received on Wed Apr 26 16:01:32 2006