On Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 16:20, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> webpost_at_tigris.org wrote:
>> OK, thank you for your help so far.
>>> The only thing that might be different: TSVN uses neon 0.28.4. And
>>> I think the CLI uses an older version of neon, but I have no idea
>>> which one.
>> You seem to be right, I have enabled the neon debug output in the
>> servers file and the command line client seem to use 0.28.2.
>> Btw, do you know if there is a possibility to get the neon debug
>> output in (the official release of) TSVN? I even tried to attach the
>> Visual Studio debugger to TortoiseProc.exe to get a console, but
>> there was no output. (Maybe there is something helpful in there, e.g.
>> for the neon guys.)
> No, sorry. TSVN builds neon without debugging support.
> But you could try a nightly build of TSVN and then copy the svn.exe from
> the nightly build server to the TSVN bin folder. Then try that svn.exe
> and compare with the one you got.
But you really should report this also on the Subversion/serf mailing
lists since it doesn't work with serf either. Because in the next svn
release, serf will be the default, and it's possible that neon will
not be used anymore in subsequent releases. So serf should get this to
work too, before it's too late.
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