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Re install Subversion

From: <jackrew2000-antispam_at_yahoo.fr>
Date: 2006-09-26 17:00:45 CEST


I had installed Subversion on my computer (windows installations). After several test I wanted to start again from scratch. I have desinstalled Subversion and Tortoise, but I cannot install it again:

I lauch svn-1.3.2-setup.exe
I create folder "c:\svn_repos"
Dos Command: svnadmin create "c:\svn_repos"
I modify svnserve.conf, decomment ligne anon-access = read, auth-access = write, password-db = passwd
I modify passwd file, adding User1=pswd1

I lauch manually subversion: svnserve --daemon --root "c:\svn_repos"

On a second Dos window: svn mkdir svn://localhost/Myproject
-svn-commit.12.tmp is opened in Notepad
- I enter a comment and save, and then, I have this error

"C:\Documents and Settings\user>svn mkdir svn://localhost/MyProject
svn: C:\svn_repos\conf\svnserve.conf:18: Option expected
svn: Your commit message was left in a temporary file:
svn: 'svn-commit.10.tmp' "

I did reinstall subversion on another PC before, always using the same methodology ... I probably miss something, but I can't see what...

Somebody has an idea?

Thanks in advance


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