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Re: 500 Internal error running SVN in windows

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-09-30 16:54:09 CEST

Jos├ę Augusto Silva Sim├Áes <jose.simoes@eclo.pt> writes:

> Hi,
> I've used the SVN since version 0.15 without any problems. It's
> installed in a WIN2000 server running a Apache 2.0.47.
> When I installed version 0.29 it stopped working, I've roll back to
> version 0.27 and everything back to work. Now I've downloaded the
> 0.30 version and the same error occurs...
> Both using the browser or Tortoise it reports an HTTP 500 internal
> error. I haven't changed a line in httpd.conf or any other setting
> since the first install.
> Any ideas on this?

I have one idea: could the problem be that something significant
might have changed in Subversion between versions 0.27 and 0.29 and
you didn't know about it? Could it be that you upgraded your
Subversion -- a not-even-beta piece of software -- without even
reading its release notes or CHANGES file?

I dunno. Just an idea.

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