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user friendly multiple repositories, how to & repo browser bug

From: Molle Bestefich <molle.bestefich_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-10-19 17:03:51 CEST

I have a handful of repositories set up, and I'm hunting for some sort
of hack to allow the Repo-Browser in TortoiseSVN to enumerate and list
the different repositories. Currently it returns '403 Forbidden' and
'450 Method Not Allowed' whenever someone forgets a trailing slash or
something similar, which kinda ruins the smooth end user experience.

Any suggestions?

(The perfect solution for me would be if one could just tap in
http://sourceserver and get a list of all the repositories..)

The Repo-Browser sends duplicate "Accept-Encoding: gzip" headers.
Reproduce: Sniff using ethereal while repo browsing, apply this
filter: 'http.request.method == "PROPFIND"'.

Setting up SVN was such a sweet deal.
Setting up the Apache access was hell on earth.
Out of curiosity, why is it that it can't give proper error messages
instead of these awful '450 not allowed', '403 forbidden' etc. things?

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