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Re: repobrowser fails to show directories that don't exist in HEAD when browing at older revision

From: Roel Harbers <roel_at_roelharbers.com>
Date: 2006-02-02 21:06:20 CET

Stefan Küng wrote:

> Roel Harbers wrote:
>> http://server/repo/branches/v1.0 is an old branch that has been moved
>> to http://server/repo/branches/v1.0
>> When I open the repobrowser on my repository, and select an old
>> revision (let's say 10) in which http://server/repo/branches/v1.0
>> still existed, I get an error when going in to that directory:
>> http://server/repo/branches/v1.0/Error * REPORT request failed on
>> 'http://server/repo/branches/v1.0'
>> 'http://server/repo/branches/v1.0' path not found
>> When I do "svn ls -r 10 http://server/repo/branches/v1.0", I get the
>> same error, but when I do either "svn ls -r 10
>> http://server/repo/branches/v1.0@10" or "svn ls
>> http://server/repo/branches/v1.0@10" I get the expected content of
>> the v1.0 branch. Maybe the repo browser should be using the peg
>> revision too?
> As mentioned only half an hour ago on this list:
> use
> svn ls -v ...
> and not
> svn ls

I'm not subscribed to the users list, so I didn't see that. Sorry.

> It's a bug in the Subversion library, which is fixed and all will work
> again as soon as Subversion 1.3.1 comes out.

Ok, I'll have to wait then.

>> Btw, the repo browser does funny things when you select the tree item
>> that contains the Error message, and then go to the HEAD revision
>> again. See the attached screenshot (server and product name blacked
>> out by me)
> Sure: As you can see in your own screenshot, the error message got
> copied as the URL of the repo browser to use. Since that URL isn't
> there, you'll get an error, and TSVN can't know what's the root of
> your repository, so every url part is treated as its own folder.

so.... why does the error message get put in the url box in the first
place? This may be purely cosmetic, but it looks a bit... odd. (Still
very happy with tsvn, don't get me wrong :P )


Roel Harbers

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