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SVN Repository located at webroot and 301 errors.

From: Edward Rudd <eddie_at_omegaware.com>
Date: 2004-03-22 23:28:55 CET

I was setting up subversion with an svn.myhost.tld setup using location
in apache 2

<Location />
   DAV svn
   SVNParentPath /path/to/repos

# All the standard auth stuff here

and things work fine for almost all activities on the repository.
for example a CO normal operations on the /trunk work as expected.
svn co http://svn.myhost.tld/project1/trunk project1
as well as a log
svn log http://svn.myhost.tld/project1/trunk project1

However if I try to do
svn log http://svn.myhost.tld/project1/
I receive a 301 message when the svn client tries to access
and the 301 redirects to

I temporarily changed the location to /svn and ran the svn log command
on the root of the repository (http://svn.myhost.tld/svn/project1/) and
it worked as it should.
Then i changed it back to /, and looked at my access logs and recreated
the query with telnet
# telnet svn.myhost.tld http
PROPFIND /project1/!svn/vcc/default HTTP/1.0
Host: svn.myhost.tld
Depth: 1

And the expected output resulted.
PROPFIND /project1/ HTTP/1.0
Host: svn.myhost.tld
Depth: 1

So it seems as though the client not sending the trailing / is causing
the problems OR the client should follow the 301 redirect.

Edward Rudd <eddie@omegaware.com>
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