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Re: problems with svn repository?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-18 12:39:50 CEST

On 10/18/05, Lucas Meijer <lucas@mach8.nl> wrote:
> Am I correct in assuming this is achieved by adding:
> [dav]
> compression=no
> to my settings file? I couldn't find any documentation on this feature,
> only mailinglist conversations about plans to integrate it, and a
> discussion on what the proper name for the settings should have been.

Not really. Compression is configured server-side, not client-side.

> FYI: if I abort the svn checkout, then do a svn cleanup & svn update, it
> goes on for a file or 20 more, and then stalls on that file. From what
> it looks like all errors like this are happening inside ext/Subversion.
> Adding the compression=no setting did not seem to change anything. I'm
> going to see if updating my tortoisesvn to the latest and greatest might
> solve the problem, but I'm doubtful it would resolve the problem.
> Thanks for the help. If I can't figure this out, I'd be very thankful if
> someone would be able to send me a zip/tarball of the tortoise
> sourcecode, I can't wait to start hacking on it.

My best guess is that you're behind a firewall not knowing (or
rejecting) DAV requests.

The source tarball is here:


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