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Re: XP and SSL

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-11-01 01:41:36 CET

On Fri, 2003-10-31 at 18:28, eBay ForMe wrote:

> Everything works swell with my Win2K client using
> Tortoise and the URL https://IPaddress/repositoryname/
> I have created several repositories and
> checkin/checkout, etc.

This means that thes svn commandline client is working for you?

> However, with WinXP client, doesn not go so smoothly.

You mean, win32 GUI clients? Or the win32 commandline client?

> Whenever I try to login with Tortoise, the process
> crashes. I d/l and installed RapidSVN as well...and
> same problem.

You're not giving any details here. And TortoiseSVN/RapidSVN have their
own discussion lists... probably the best place to post the details of
crash messages.

> I'm trying to figure out why mozilla + SSL + WebDav +
> Subversion Repository + PDF File loads raw pdf data in
> browser window, and doesn't launch the PDF plugin.

When you do a GET of a URL that represents a file in a subversion
repository, mod_dav_svn doesn't set the "Content-type:" header
automatically. In order for that to happen, you need to set the
'svn:mime-type' property of the file. For example, if you set the
property to 'image/png', then your web browser will actually render the
image, rather than returning a raw bytestream. In your case, you need
to figure out what the proper mime-type of a PDF file is.

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