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RE: Re: https://myserver/svn/ will not list in repo browser

From: Dawid Ciecierski <d.ciecierski_at_intelisoft.pl>
Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2009 07:22:06 -0800 (PST)


> Because svn requires all urls/paths to
> be canonicalized, and the svn library
> itself removes the trailing slash, even
> if a client violates the 'must be
> canonicalized' rule and adds the slash.

Thanks for the clarification! However, as a new-ish SVN user I'm having the same problem as the original poster. However, in my case the question really should be phrased differently: 'HOW do I browse to repo root' and not 'WHY can I not' :-)

For historical reasons we've got a bunch of projects living under "http://bach:8080/svn", while the rest lives under "http://bach:8080/svn/Projects". When I open the former in Firefox, I can browse the projects under /svn just fine, but with the repo browser I can only get to /svn/Projects.

Since the web view works fine, my guess was that I'm missing some Tortoise-specific trick.

Will be grateful for any and all tips!
Dawid Ciecierski


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