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Re: file:// works, http:// doesn't. Did I offend?

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-08-15 18:24:20 CEST

Chris Thompson <ct@cthompson.com> writes:
> --snip--
> > [Wed Aug 14 11:36:13 2002] [error] [client] Could not
> > CHECKOUT resource /!svn/bln/5. [409, #0]
> > [Wed Aug 14 11:36:13 2002] [error] [client] The activity href
> > could not be parsed properly. [409, #21114]
> > [Wed Aug 14 11:36:13 2002] [error] [client] (17)File exists:
> > The specified URI does not refer to this repository, so it is unusable.
> > [409, #21114]
> --snip--
> OK, now I'm getting a complex. Did I ask the wrong question on the wrong
> list or violate some unwritten list rule? I saw alot of email traffic on the
> list with no replies to my question. Is there a better place to ask for help
> on the above problem (seen when trying to import over http)?

Don't get a complex, Chris :-). It just means no one had an immediate
answer. You're asking in the right place, though.

Can you describe your repository setup (include the relevant passages
from httpd.conf), and the exact command lines you tried, and the
printed error Subversion gave? The log output above is helpful, but
we need more.


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Received on Thu Aug 15 18:42:01 2002

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