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Re: Show log fails on file repository with log caching enabled

From: Stefan KŁng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 03 Jul 2008 18:51:58 +0200

Skippy Duck wrote:
>>Skippy Duck wrote:
>>> The repository path (reported by the repository browser) is:
>>> file://Wd-fs/Software/svnrepos
>>> If I recall correctly this used to be reported as:
>>> file:///\Wd-fs/Software/svnrepos
>>Would that be a UNC path to a Windows share? If so, your file:-URL to
>>the repository needs to look like this:
>> file://///Wd-fs/Software/svnrepos
>>(file:// as the scheme, another / to omit the host name and two more
>>slashes as replacement for the \\ in an UNC path, as using a \ in an URL
>>is illegal...)
> Thanks, but no dice.
> I did an SVN Checkout into a new folder using the path:
> file://///Wd-fs/svnrepos/Usr/steved/MillWideSuiteWork/V16
> The checkout worked ok, but when I try a Show log with log caching
> enabled I get
> the same error:
> File not found: revision 2786, path '/s/Usr/steved/MillWideSuiteWork/V16'
> The file properties on the top level folder read:
> file:///\Wd-fs/Software/svnrepos/Usr/steved/MillWideSuiteWork/
> Apparently file://////Wd-fs was mapped to file:///\Wd-fs by either
> TortoiseSVN or SVN.
> I looked around in the .svn folder and found that the "entries" file
> shows the working folder and the repository folder file names:
> file:///\x5cWd-fs/Software/svnrepos/Usr/steved/MillWideSuiteWork/V16
> file:///\x5cWd-fs/Software/svnrepos
> I looked up x5c in an ASCII table, its a "\".
> If I disable log caching, Show log works.

Have you tried clearing/emptying the log cache?


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Received on 2008-07-03 18:52:54 CEST

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