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Re: BUG: TortoiseSVN 1.2.6 - Paths with whitespaces

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-12-01 10:38:32 CET

On 11/30/05, Chris <CrazyWebChris@web.de> wrote:

> i have currently set up a svn-server (version 1.2.3 r15833) on a Suse Linux
> 10.0 system and use TortoiseSVN (version 1.2.6, Build 4786 - 32 Bit) on my
> Windows XP Service Pack 2 computer to access the repositories. As long as I
> use repositories without whitespaces in their names all works fine. But I
> cannot access a repository with whitespaces like "svn://my.ip.com/My
> Repository" for example. I get the following error-message (notice the
> escaped whitespace as %20) in the repository-browser:
> Error * No repository found in 'svn://my.ip.com/My%20Repository'

Just FYI: the escaping is correct!

> I created it on the linux system with following command: "svnserve create
> "/path/to/repository/My Repository"
> As long as I don't use any whitespaces all works fine.

Since TSVN works very well with whitespaces in paths and urls, I guess
you have something set up wrong on your server. Check your server
config file - maybe you have to enquote the path to the repository
there, or escape that path.


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