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Re: Revision graph does't work with local file system access

From: Rainer Müller <mueller_rainer_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2006-02-20 00:58:15 CET

Claus Michelse wrote:
> The kind of URL that I am using is
> "file:///C:/SCM/products/shopping_list/trunk/win32-i386-debug.bat
> <file:///C:/SCM/products/shopping_list/trunk/win32-i386-debug.bat>". To
> access the graph, I just right-click on a file that is marked as under
> subversion and select "revision graph". The window appears but says "No
> graph available". At this time, I just have a trunk in my subversion
> database. I do have some externals, but I get the same error message
> regardless of whether I try a file in the main "path" (all of the
> externals refer to the same Subversion database) or in one of the
> externals.

Please note, in the 1.3.0 release you will only see a usable graph if the file
was branched/taged once. You will see the "No graph available" if there is not
at least one branch/tag point found in the log of the selected file.
In the current nightly builds for the next upcoming release (most probably
1.4.0) the revision graph got many improvements, maybe you are able to try it out?

> Perhaps it is down to NIS 2006. I tried to switch it off and suddenly I
> could get the graph for one file but when I switched it back on I still
> could. Switching it off again, I couldn't get any other file to display
> the graph.

What is NIS? Norton Internet Security? I don't know if this blocks anything SVN

HTH, Rainer

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