On 15.08.2010 03:57, Dale McCoy wrote:
> With TortoiseSVN 1.6.10 (Build 19898 - 32 Bit , 2010/07/16 15:46:08),
> on 32-bit Windows XP SP3, I created a new folder, right-clicked in the
> folder (that is, in the right pane of explorer), selected "SVN
> Checkout..." and pasted
> "http://aforge.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/Sources" into the "URL of
> repository" box. I left everything else at the defaults, and clicked
> OK. Instead of checking out the code for AForge, I get the message:
> OPTIONS of 'http://aforge.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/Sources': could not connect
> to server (http://aforge.googlecode.com)".
> If I instead start Cygwin's bash, navigate to that still-empty folder,
> and use the Cygwin build of svn to
> $ svn co http://aforge.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/Sources .
> the request works as expected, checking out an appropriate quantity of
> compilable code. Following that with svn up, svn log, and similar all
> also work as expected.
> Checking out is merely the most obvious issue; in actual fact, all
> attempts I have made to talk to http://aforge.googlecode.com/svn/ with
> TortoiseSVN fail with the same message.
> I am reluctant to test the nightly, since it is apparently built
> against svn 1.7.0, and I don't want to break my functional
> In my searching, I did find one other user complaining of issues
> talking to Google code, but the solution there was "You're using the
> wrong URL; use<correct-url> instead", which I do not believe is
> applicable here.
> Dale McCoy
Works fine for me. Had no problems checking out the source code from
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