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Re: Unable to import files via Tortoise SVN

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-02-27 21:48:33 CET

On Fri, 2004-02-27 at 14:35, Philipp Klein wrote:
> Hi,
> well, at the commandline it works.. But normally it should not, because i've
> set a password for importing files.
> Here are some configuration files. At first the svnserve.conf.

svnserve.conf is read and enforced *only* by 'svnserve'.

> svn import -m "m00" /home/phil/dev/src
> file:///home/phil/httpd/htdocs/testimportl

And here you are, accessing the repository directly via file:///.
There's no such thing as authentication/authorization when using
file:///, because you're touching the db files directly. Only the
Operating System's own permissions come into play. It's no different
than opening the database files in your editor.

So, we need to see what happens when you try to import from the
commandline, over the internet.

I sense other confusion here: it looks like you're using apache as your
server (hence the http 301 error). I hope you understand that
'svnserve.conf' has no effect on apache.

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