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Reinstall SVN?

From: Taylor Murphy <tmurphy158111_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2012 22:21:42 -0700 (PDT)

I had been using TortoiseSVN on my Windows Vista box for over a year for solo development. I also have XAMPP stack installed. I need to move my repo to a host so another developer can work with me. Since I don't have a SVN server installed and hence a command line, I couldn't generate a dump file, so I tried to install Subversion. After installation, TortoiseSVN couldn't connect to the repository on localhost, giving an error message "No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it."

After much searching around, I finally decided to uninstall Subversion and do a repair install of TortoiseSVN. Still got the error. I looked at the svn service, and it's trying to invoke svnserve.exe in c:\svn\bin, but that folder is empty except for a help and a readme file.

I assume that TortoiseSVN installed a version of SVN in c:\svn. How can I restore/reinstall/repair it so that the service will run again, assuming the service being down is what's preventing TortoiseSVN from connecting to the repo?


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