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Re: Subversion problem

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-16 16:37:41 CEST

"Oxley, David" <David.Oxley@workplace-systems.plc.uk> writes:

> What do you mean by svn-exported <Location>. The server still responds to
> the url with a web browser, just not the svn client.

It is a known bug that he svn client doesn't properly follow "301"
HTTP redirects. However, web browsers do. That's why you can still
see the url in a web browser.

So the question is: why, suddenly, has your httpd started issuing

The answer is: somehow your httpd.conf changed over the weekend.
Some other exported area (some <Location> or <Directory>) has somehow
started to conflict with the <Location> for your svn repository. I
can't be more specific than that.

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Received on Mon Jun 16 16:39:30 2003

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