> On Aug 16, 11:56 am, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> Is your Subclipse version also 1.5.x?
>> If not, please update and try again.
> I'm running Subclipse 1.4.3, which requires Subversion 1.5.0 or later.
> This is the latest version.
>> Do you have some proxy configured in your subversion config file? The
>> x64 version of TSVN is a pure x64 application and therefore has a
>> different folder for %appdata% where the configs are stored.
> No proxies at all. The 32-bit desktop is on the same network with the
> same configuration and works. The version of TSVN used previously on
> the laptop, 1.4.5, that worked was also x64, so the configuration
> files and locations didn't change. On both the desktop and laptop I am
> running Norton for antivirus and firewall with the same configuration.
Please turn off both antivirus and firewall, then try again.
It does not mean that if the 32-bit Subversion clients work that Norton
doesn't interfere with the x64 version either.
> The Repo-browser works. Revision graph works. So, I have communication
> with the server. I haven't tried a commit, but update fails.
> Unfortunately, I don't have access to the server logs, since I use a
> commercial service to provide SVN.
> Thank you for your prompt response. I appreciate your help and would
> love to be using TSVN again. I'm baffled by this one...why would a 200
> be considered an error?
The 200 is not considered an error, but the response was wrong. Either
because Subversion expected a different response, or the response data
packet was garbled (this usually happens if non-utf8 chars are found in
the response, which is not allowed for Subversion).
So my best guess (since you admitted using one) would be your virus
scanner/firewall interferring with (and changing) the data packets.
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Received on 2008-08-16 21:37:02 CEST