I surfed email@example.com archive to solve my problem but
didn't found any answer.
Sorry to bother you if it is obvious... But, really it is very hard to
I use tortoise svn for one year now and everything was working fine.
First of all, it is a really great and complete tool and I would like to
thanks all people involved in it development. (any Linux port ? :-)
Yesterday, for unknow reason, for every Writing request I do (commit,
change author, change message) it fails and I receive an error message.
Read operations are still ok (update, show log...)
My configuration :
- tortoise svn 1.3.5 6804 32 bits (client side)
for server side, I think it is 1.2 or 1.3. (I have to ask to my ISP)
What I have done recently which should explain things go wrong :
- I updated tortoise from 1.3 to the new 1.4
(however, since that time, I remove the new version, clean the registry,
delete my working copy, reboot several times :-), reinstall the "old"
TSVN, and co a new working copy)
- from a working copy which was checkouted with a Read only permission
account, I made some change and commit modification with my usual account
(which has R/W permission)
What's happen exactly now :
This is quite strange. I am not sure if the problem is server or client
For any file I commit, here is the message : (same if I use svn.exe
Sending content: E:\projects\Cameleon\trunk\Doc\TODO.txt
Error: Commit failed (details follow):
Error: PUT of
501 Method Not Implemented (https://pointcarre.typhon.org)
During commit process, an authentification dialog ask my login/password
(each time, which was never the case before)
My ISP told me that his log message contains a message saying that
multi-user is not implemented !? It has no clue either.
When I try to change author of message for any revision, I have another
message (message box) saying :
DAV request failed; it's possible that the repository's pre-revprop-change
hook either failed or is non-existent
At least one property change failed; repository is unchanged.
There is one strange thing :
when I reboot in Linux and commit from the SAME working copy (file system
is shared), it work fine (I use another login and I am afraid to use my
regular login because if it fails again I can't work anymore)
Any svn guru here which may explain this ?
Is it a server or client trouble ?
Thanks you for your help.
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Received on Wed Nov 1 13:59:16 2006