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From: mark benedetto king <mbk_at_lowlatency.com>
Date: 2003-12-19 14:03:48 CET

Sorry to reply to the wrong post, but I've deleted the original.

> stavares@mail.thecityside.com wrote:
> >Hi All,
> >
> >[I posted this on the user list wiht no luck so i thought i give this list
> >a try. I'll also post it on a DAV/DeltaV list to see if they can help.
> >Anyway here it goes...]
> >
> >I'm trying to do a check out from an svn repo over DAV. The problem is
> >that I'm stuck behind a firewall that I have no control over. I had posted
> >here earlier and was told that if i went with DAV over ssl, the firewall
> >won't beable to see the new http commands that DAV uses thus the firewall
> >may not be able to stop the transaction. Currently the svn repo is running
> >on top of ssl so when I do this in a browser (mozilla):
> >https://www.mydomain.com:/svn/repo/trunk/my_src_dir
> >

This is only true if your firewall allows port 443 through; some do not.
It is possible that you have an "Application Layer Gateway"-style HTTP/S
proxy; in order to take advantage of one of those, you need to configure
the proxy settings in ~/.subversion/servers. Subversion does not have
the automatic proxy detection features that some popular web-browsers do.


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Received on Fri Dec 19 14:04:14 2003

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