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RE: Re: RE: Re: "(no date)" shown in logmessage

From: <webpost_at_tigris.org>
Date: Tue, 12 May 2009 23:22:05 -0700 (PDT)

> 2009/5/12 Stefan Fuhrmann <stefanfuhrmann_at_alice-dsl.de>:
> > webpost_at_tigris.org schrieb am 05/12/2009 02:31:55 PM:
> >
> > If you should not have sufficient access
> > rights, SVN might mask those information
> > and return an empty revision instead.

As far as I know, I've got all rights possible.

> > Also, cross-check with the output of the
> > command line client.

Did that. Same outcome.

> Now you mention it that makes a lot of sense if the same repo has been
> accessed using svnserve and also directly by a user with file://
> access. It is possible that some revprops files have been created by
> the user and are not readable by svnserve.

I didn't know that this might cause problems. Is there any record about that? (for documentation)

> This backs up the point that you should never use file:// access on a
> repository which is accessed by a proper server. file:// is intended
> purely for testing purposes on a local drive. There are plenty of
> warnings about this - ignore them at your peril.
> Simon
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I know, I know. But as I wrote earlier, I am still testing. I do not plan to work via file:// but I had to request new admin-rights to set up svnserve as service and those are not approved yet. Until now I had to start it in Deamon and that was kind of to laborious. So I decided to work via file:// in regular and via svnserve if it was "online". From now on I swear to work only via svnserve.
But is there any way to get my log working right again?


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