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Re: svnserve and IPv6 ?

From: Daniel Berlin <dberlin_at_dberlin.org>
Date: 2005-03-02 06:09:44 CET

> I did not mention it but I tried, with the following commands, on the
> subversion server pc itself, which has the IPv4 address
> 'svn co svn:// test.1' works.
> 'svn co svn:// test.2' also works.
> This shows that svnserve is not restricted to a specific address.
> 'svn co svn://::1/test test.3' gives me
> "svn: Illegal svn repository URL 'svn://::1/test'".
> 'svn co svn://[::1]/test test.4' gives me
> "svn: Illegal svn repository URL 'svn://[::1]/test'".

This is a problem in the svn url parsing code in
libsvn_ra_svn/client.c: parse_url
It gets mad because it already saw a : in the url, and doesn't want to
see another one.

Is there some good reason we don't use apr_uri_parse from apr-util here?
I see brane previously objected to it's handling of file:// urls, which
doesn't apply in libsvn_ra_svn.

I also know it parses ipv6 addresses because i see

If we could use that instead of the parse_url, it would probably make
life easier here (we should still be able to parse out the tunnel spec

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