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Re: NPE in Resource History log browsing

From: Tobias Sager <moixa_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-08-17 15:46:02 CEST

on 2005-08-17 15:34 Mark Phippard wrote the following:
> In your repository connection, did you define a valid root URL? It should
> be the URL that points to the root of the repository. We use this URL
> when retrieving the affected paths for a revision so that we can get the
> revisions even across copy/moves. If you had an invalid root URL then the
> svn log command would fail and we would not have the affected paths. I
> still do not know why it would be a null though.

Oh, cool! It works now. The problem was a wrong repository root url.

I had defined:
Repository url: http://nothere/svn/repos
Repository root url: http://nothere/svn

When I switch the repository root url to http://nothere/svn/repos it
works. Of course this is correct (and always has been).

What's the difference between the root url and the normal repository url


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