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Re: Apache2, authenticated Proxy and Subversion-Bug?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-09-18 19:40:02 CEST

Florian Doersch wrote:
> 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.

Try the 1.4.0 version of the command line client. And use the same
command as you do in TSVN. That's the only way to really compare the two
and see if it's really a bug in TSVN (which I really, really doubt,
since TSVN doesn't do any networking itself - everything is done by the
Subversion library).

Depending on where you do the diff (from the log dialog, repository,
...) different command line switches are used. Just try all of them with
the command line client. If it fails with one param set/notset the same
way it fails with TSVN, then you know that it's not a TSVN bug.


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Received on Mon Sep 18 19:40:04 2006

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