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Re: How to get a batchcopy of files changed between two revisions (on windows)

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-18 15:06:31 CEST

Volker Voßkämper <volker.vosskaemper@cenote.de> writes:

> On server (as root): $ svnserver
> On client (win32):
> C:\> svn ls svn://myhost/complete/path/of/repos
> svn: target refused connection (translated german message)
> svn: Can't connect to host 'myhost'

Read the section on 'svnserve' in the book again. I just rewrote it
last week, and reposted it to svnbook.red-bean.com.

'svnserve', when run with no arguments, speaks protocol with
stdout/stdin. It's useless to run it that way. Perhaps you want it
to listen to the network instead? Add a -d (daemon) flag.

> C:\> set SVN_SSH=plink -l root -pw mypasswd
> C:\>Source>svn ls svn+ssh://myhost/complete/path/of/repos
> svn: Network connection closed unexpectedly
> svn: Connection closed unexpectedly

Can anyone else diagnose the problem?

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Received on Wed Jun 18 15:08:18 2003

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