> I am hoping someone can help me out as I am guessing this is a
> configuration error of some sort.
> I have installed subversion 1.5.1 on a Windows 2000 server on our
> network (here @ work). I installed the latest TortoiseSVN client as of
> Friday 8/22/2008. Setup a "test" repository, configured permissions,
> connected to it via client and did a checkout, added a text file -
> everything to this point seems to be going well. I can see the file
> via Repo-Browser, looks good. Now I modify the file and do commit the
> updates, once again, appears to be fine. The issue comes in when I
> right-click on the file and select "Show Log". The Log Messages window
> pops up, along with an error dialog box with simply a path "..\..\..
> \subversion\libsvn_repos\log.c" and an ok button. I click ok and no
> history is shown.
> This is a new install and I am simply testing functionality out before
> added all of our projects/deploying. I am not using apache, simply
> using svnserve setup as a windows service. I have setup subversion at
> home several months ago on a Windows 2003 server, no issues at all. Is
> this an issue with being on server 2000?
> Any help provided is appreciated!
What is the url of the file/folder you want the log for?
Also make sure that your repositories have different uids:
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Received on 2008-08-25 19:11:53 CEST
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