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Problem with svn status -u

From: Sebastian Dransfeld <sebastid_at_tango.flipp.net>
Date: 2007-01-19 08:37:06 CET


I had a problem that svn worked flawlessly (using mod_dav_svn), but not
svn status -u.

I found out that all svn requests are sent without the hostname in the
URL "<METHOD> /path HTTP/1.1", except svn status -u, which sends "REPORT
http://host/path HTTP/1.1". If the server is wrongly set up, so that
ServerName and <host> does not match this will fail.

So, is there a reason why svn status must use a absolute url?

I know that I should configure my server correctly, but I'm behind a
firewall so that the hostname for the svn server is different if I'm
inside or outside the firewall.

Best regards
Sebastian Dransfeld

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