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Re: network problems.

From: Kevin Pilch-Bisson <kevin_at_pilch-bisson.net>
Date: 2001-10-31 17:50:07 CET

On Tue, Oct 30, 2001 at 07:11:58PM -0600, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
>
> OK, so I've found a problem when rolling a new tarball (r363).
>
> Gstein's new __get_baseline_info routine is being used in many places
> in ra_dav, but it's still got bugs. (At least one of them I'm aware
> of, but haven't committed the fix yet.)
>
> The problem is discovered when testing the new tarball: I'm unable to
> checkout the 'trunk' subdir of the repository. I get this error:
>
> [sussman_at_newton:~/projects]$ subversion-r363/subversion/clients/cmdline/svn co http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk -d testy
>
> apr_error: #20014, src_err 0 : <Error string not specified yet>
> failed to find label "(null)" for url "/repos/svn/$svn/bc/363//trunk"
 
Okay, no big deal.
 
> This is a known double-slash bug that Greg and I have been talking
> about. I'd like to try and fix this today *before* posting a
> tarball.
>
> Also -- one other odd buglet. I checked out a fresh tree this
> morning, ran ./autogen.sh, and saw no warnings about neon or apr
> missing. Then I ran ./configure, and got a neon error ("neon not
> present"), as expected. After dropping neon into the tree, I ran
> ../configure again and got *no* error about apr missing. Isn't this
> wrong?
>
Perhaps you have installed apr at some point and it is finding APRVARS
and apr.h on your system?

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