> i have a really strange problem and i dont know where it comes from:
> I have set up a Subversion-Server with Apache2 and Ubuntu 7.10. With
> TortoiseSVN < 1.5 everything is working a it should, but when I tried
> the new Version i have severall Errors during/pre checkout.
> I have set up a rewrite rule from http to https and it is working
> except with TSVN 1.5.
I think Subversion has some problems with rewrite rules. It doesn't like
if URLs get changed.
Shouldn't you just use 'SSLRequireSSL' in your apache config?
> It shows the following error:
> Checkout from http://svn.XXXXX.net, revision HEAD, Fully recursive,
> Externals included
> Server sent unexpected return value (400 Bad Request) in response to
> request for 'http://svn.XXXXX.net'
> When i try the direct acces to the SSL-Site i get:
> Command: Checkout from https://svn.XXXXX.net, revision HEAD, Fully
> recursive, Externals included
> Error: OPTIONS of 'https://svn.XXXXX.net': Could not parse response
> Error: line (https://svn.XXXXX.net)
> Has anyone an idea how to fix this? I googled but couldn't find
> anything useful.
Since you're already using TSVN 1.5 beta, can you please download the
latest nightly build (http://nightlybuilds.tortoisesvn.net/latest/),
installl it. Then get the 'svn.exe' from the same place and move/copy it
into the TSVN installation folder.
Then you can try the command
C:\program files\TortoiseSVN\bin\svn.exe co http://svn.XXXX.net project
if you get the same error, it would help if you could make your server
public (with some dummy project) so the Subversion guys can reproduce
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Received on 2008-03-26 08:36:28 CET