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Re: commits not working with SVNParentPath

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2004-02-20 01:27:31 CET

On Thursday 19 February 2004 15:41, Eugene Eric Kim wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 19, 2004 at 05:47:13AM -0500, John Szakmeister wrote:
> > All I can suggest for the moment is to go back, and repeat the process.
> > Make sure you have the permissions correct and that you're using the
> > correct URLs. Also, the only difference that I really saw between my
> > httpd configuration and yours was the inclusion of the deflate output
> > filter. Can you remove that while we try this again? Oh, and did you
> > make sure to restart apache after making the configuration changes? I
> > assume so, but I had to ask.
> Tried that, but it didn't help.
> I did solve the problem, however. All of the httpd.conf I quoted was
> in an Apache location block:
> <Location />
> ...
> </Location>
> When I changed the location to something non-root (in this case,
> "/svn", it worked:
> <Location /svn>
> ...
> </Location>
> This is an acceptable solution for me, but it still seems to be a bug.
> Any thoughts as to why this happens?

I'm not sure why that happens... I'll have to try that with my setup and see
if I can cause the same thing to happen. I'm fairly certain that I was
running my repos at home with a root location block though. I'll take a look
at this, but it will probably be a few days before doing so.

> And many thanks, John, for stepping through the problem with me in the
> wee hours of the morning. :-) Much appreciated.

No problem. What else am I going to do at 3AM? :-)


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