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Re: ANNOUNCE / SvnX : a GUI wrapper for svn on Mac OS X

From: Christian Schaffner <chris01_at_users.sourceforge.net>
Date: 2004-03-15 20:03:18 CET

On 15.03.2004, at 17:44, Dominique PERETTI wrote:

> Yeah, I will probably add a path to an external svn binary in the
> preferences.

Ah, that would be great.

> Open the svnX package with Finder's Show Package content and replace
> the svn
> binary with a copy of yours. It should work, it's only a wrapper !

I replaced the binaries with symbolic links to the binaries in /sw/bin.
This seems to work.

However, i now get an error trying to access a test repository at

svn: 'http://the.host.name/svn' is not a working copy

Is SvnX supposed to work with http urls? Why is the URL in the error
message truncated (missing "/demoSVN")?

Thanks for your help,

> On 15/03/04 17:31, "Christian Schaffner"
> <chris01@users.sourceforge.net>
> wrote:
>> On 15.03.2004, at 10:56, Dominique Peretti wrote:
>>> La Chose Interactive is proud to release svnX for Mac OS X.
>>> It's a beta product, and bug reports are welcome.
>>> Sources will be released soon.
>> Looks promising. Thanks. Unfortunatly is doesn't seem to work with the
>> Fink (<http://fink.sf.net>) installed svn libraries. I get:
>> dyld: /Users/cschaffn/Downloads/svnX.app/Contents/Resources/svn can't
>> open library: /usr/local/subversion/lib/libsvn_client-1.0.dylib (No
>> such file or directory, errno = 2)
>> The fink installed libraries are normally located at:
>> /sw/lib/libsvn_client-1.0.dylib
>> Would it be possible for SvnX to look there too and/or a setting to
>> point it to the installed libraries?
>> Thanks,
>> Chris.

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