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Re: Subversion 1.2.3 released.

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2005-08-27 19:43:53 CEST

Branko Čibej wrote:

> Ralph Seichter wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I extracted Branko's Win32 archive of SVN 1.2.3 (thanks, Branko),
>> and when I try to access a repository, I see the following error:
>> D:\foo>svn status -u
>> svn: PROPFIND Anfrage fehlgeschlagen auf '/subversion/foo'
>> svn: PROPFIND von '/svn/bookmarks':
>> 403 Forbidden (https://server.dom.ain)
>> "Anfrage fehlgeschlagen" translates to "request failed"; the Apache
>> 2.0.54 server returns an error 403. The same happens when I try to
>> check out a project.
>> However, if I delete or rename the "share" directory which was
>> extracted from the archive, checking the status of a project or
>> checking one out from the repository work just fine:
>> D:\foo>svn status -u
>> Passphrase for 'D:\keyfile.p12': *****
>> Status against revision: 36
>> The same behaviour also can be observed with the 1.2.1 binaries, so
>> the problem was not introduced with the latest release. Any ideas?
> It looks like we're localising a string that we shouldn't touch.
> You're using client certificates for authentication, right? If there's
> a bad translation somewhere, this should be reproducible on Unix, too.
> I don't believe this is a Windows-only bug.

I couldn't reproduce this, but then, I'm not using client certificates.
So, it could either be a bug in the certificate handling code, or it
could be a bug in the server. What server are you testing against? Is it
on the same machine, so that your removing the "share" directory affects
the server, too?

-- Brane

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