Re: problems committing with serf
On 23.11.2012 17:20, Philip Martin wrote:
> Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> writes:
>> Sending .
>> svn: E175002: Commit failed (details follow):
>> svn: E175002: MKACTIVITY request on '/svn/!svn/act/4b7f5c8e-5e27-f145-929b-dfe9f
>> 7297de5' failed: 405 Method Not Allowed
>> svn: E175002: DELETE request on '/svn/!svn/act/4b7f5c8e-5e27-f145-929b-dfe9f7297
>> de5' failed: 405 Method Not Allowed
>> I had this before but didn't report it due to deadlines. Back then switching to neon solved the problem.
>> But now that serf is destined to be the only DAV lib in 1.8 I think it's worth checking this out further.
>> I haven't committed the change yet, and the working copy is available here:
> That's an http:// working copy. Does googlecode allow commits over
> http? Does the commit work if you relocate to https?
Yes of course. Used the wrong working copy here. I assumed it was the
same problem I had before where it worked with neon, but this time even
neon wouldn't work (haven't tried that before since I didn't wanted to
mess with the situation).
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