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405 Method Not Allowed - error when trying to commit/update

From: Kola Oyedeji <kolasmail_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-24 11:44:11 CET


I recently tried to commit a number of files, not that much maybe 15.
Most of the files were new files, which my client (subeclipse)
informed me were not under source control and allowed me to add.
Unfortunately my client crashed partway through. Now any attempts to
update or commit (via the command line or Subeclipse) give me the
following message:

svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: MKCOL of /myrepose/': 405 Method Not Allowed (http://<repository server>)

I've googled about a bit and noted a few people seem to get this
message but their scenarios seem slightly different. Is this a known
issue with subversion? I haven't really seen a concrete explanation of
this problem.



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Received on Fri Dec 24 11:46:46 2004

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