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

From: Claus Michelse <claus.michelsen.subversion_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2006-02-20 16:15:58 CET

On 2/19/06, Rainer Müller <mueller_rainer@gmx.de> wrote:
> 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
> related.
> HTH, Rainer

Hi Rainer,

Upgrading to 1.4.0 solved the problem.

Received on Mon Feb 20 16:16:52 2006

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