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Re: Apache2, authenticated Proxy and Subversion-Bug?

From: Florian Doersch <webmaster_at_ma.ra-doersch.de>
Date: 2006-09-16 00:09:35 CEST

Hello Stefan,

> Check the proxy settings (TSVN settings dialog, network page). You must
> set the proxy there.
> If that doesn't work, please ask on the Subversion users mailing list
> for help.

If I set a proxy there - then the requests are all ok. The problem occures
only if I do not use a proxy in Tortoise and the Subversion-Server has
mod_proxy loaded and secured.

The proxy is not used to connect to the repository - the proxy is only the same machine.

The problem only appears with tortoisesvn - normal "svn diff" command
works perfectly with and without setting a proxy for svn. So it must be
some kind of bug in tortoise.

I changed the apache configuration to get 403 instead of 407 - now it
says "cannot get lock information for file.xyz: 403 Forbidden"

The problem is: I can't give away proxy passwords to all users to
operate on those repositories. That would make the proxy-authentication


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