Re: Parent Path visible in Repo Browser
> I know this topic has been brought up before and the answer was that
> the repo browser could NOT view parent paths
> on 2006-09-15 13:04:39 PDT), however I was wondering if that has
> changed. I see in the faq the following:
> PROPFIND Request Failed - Error 405 HTTP Method Not Allowed
> This message comes in different flavours. You might be seeing this
> error when:
> * PROPFIND Request Failed You tried to browse the parent path of a
> repository instead of the repository itself using an older version of
> TortoiseSVN. Try appending the name of the repository you wish to
> access, or upgrade TortoiseSVN to 1.2.3 or newer. * PROPFIND Request
> Failed You forgot to append a '/' slash to the end of the URL you
> entered. Older versions of TSVN require that there be a '/' after the
> repository name. If you forget this, TSVN will strip the repository
> name from the URL and therefore try to access the parent directory.
> Which hints to me that parent paths should be visible in the newer
> version. I was wondering if this is true and if I have a setting
> wrong because I cannot see parent paths in the repo browser. I'd
> like to note that it would be very useful to have this when you have
> many repositories in a single parent path.
The list of repositories shown in a browser with SVNListParentPath is a
simply html page. But the repository browser (and any Subversion client)
requires DAV access, which SVNListParentPath does not provide.
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