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Re: SVN Commit... Fails? No error message, no output...

From: Gavin Baumanis <gavinb_at_thespidernet.com>
Date: Fri, 13 Nov 2009 11:34:56 +1100

Hi Chris,

Just in case you tried it - but just didn't get around to updating your mail,
Ryan asked what kind of client are using?
And to also try another type.
I.e. if you're using the command line version - try a GUI version.

if you're using the command line version from where did you get it?
Was it already compiled or did you compile it yourself?

And while I am sincerely not being condescending - Have you tried the simple option? Download a new (pre-compiled) client and see if that works for you?

Gavin.

On 13/11/2009, at 11:07 , Chris Johnson wrote:

> A lot of these questions are answered in my previous posts, but I can understand if you don't want to dredge through all of that :P
>
> This seems to only be a problem on this computer, but I don't have another client handy to test. However, the problem is almost certainly internal, because when attempting to commit, the client does not open a port or otherwise make any sign of attempting to connect to a repository, but svn status and svn update operations work exactly as expected.
>
> Just to make sure that it wasn't a repository problem, I tried committing to three different repositories hosted in three different locations, all of which were mine and I had full permissions to, and the client had this problem when connecting to any of them.
>
> The server program being used on all the repositories is Apache, and I will try your suggestion of attempting to connect to an svnserve server.
>
> ~Chris
>
> On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 3:54 PM, Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009b_at_ryandesign.com> wrote:
> On Nov 12, 2009, at 17:48, Chris Johnson wrote:
>
> On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 1:57 PM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
>
> Does this only happen with the svn command line client or also with any of the several GUI clients?
>
> If CLI only, where is your svn? ("which svn"?) How was it compiled? Do you have a wrapper around svn? Do you have a shell alias for svn?
>
> The problem occurs both from the command line and in GUI clients. I am using the version 1.6.6 binaries from CollabNet. I do not have any wrappers, and no shell aliases for svn.
>
> I forget if you mentioned already, but do you see this problem only on one client computer or multiple client computers? When accessing only a single repository or have you tried different repositories on the same server? What about a different server? What server program is being used -- apache? svnserve? Have you tried the other?
>
> Don't forget to Reply All so your reply goes to the list too, not just to me.
>
>
>

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