On 06.10.2015 08:49, Thomas wrote:
>> Can you browse with IE as well? Because TSVN uses the IE component to
>> download the html file.
>> As for why it sometimes works and sometimes doesn't: do you have your
>> virus scanner configured to leave the tortoiseproc.exe process alone?
> Jep, i can and atached you see the sourcehtml on browsing with ie.
> in my company i don't can add exceptions to our virus scanner but i managed it to deactivate it once but the problem was still there. i don't think that the scanner does something with tortoiseproc.exe.
The server sends the correct format of that page.
But if the repo browser does not get there, then that means that
something else is very wrong.
an 'svn ls' on the parentpath url should not return anything but a
proper error. If that happens, the repo browser then asks for the html
of that url and parses it. If parsing is successful, it shows the list
Now, the file you attached is the proper format, so parsing would be
successful - provided that what TSVN downloads is the same as what you
got in your browser.
The file it downloads is saved to a temp file in %tmp% (sort by date,
but leave the repo browser open - when you close it the temp file is
deleted). Then compare that file content to the html file you saved with IE.
If there's no temp file, then TSVN could not download that file for
Sorry, but I can't help more here - it works on every setup I have
access to just fine.
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Received on 2015-10-06 20:24:10 CEST