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Re: PROPPATCH failing due to missing slash

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 06 Mar 2008 21:51:56 +0100

nazz wrote:
> Stefan,
> I don't think it has to do with trailing slash because all of the
> other commands are working fine and I have included the trailing slash
> in the initial request. I think it is something in the client because
> the previous response contains the correct path but the request drops
> the slash for some reason. I don't know what is special about the
> PROPPATCH method. Also, I tested this out with a plain telnet client,
> inserting the slash, and everything worked fine. Also, it only fails
> when I committing, not during the update or checkout.

Well, think about it: you're definitely not the only one usint TSVN. And
you're the only one with this problem. So the chance that your server
setup is to blame are quite high.
So please: don't guess but check your server setup, read the FAQ and the


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