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Re: Subversion Autoversioning, WebDAV, and Windows XP

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-04-23 02:18:47 CEST

Rowell, Geoff wrote:
> Have you tried "http://user@server/repos/"? I'm running XP SP2 against
> SVN 1.1.3 under Apache 2.0.53 and it worked for me.

Thanks for the hint!

I've just discovered another "interesting" bug:

http://server:80/repos/ gives access, *but*, in every directory, there
appears an additional 'phantom' directory, named the same as the containing
directory. This 'phantom' is essentially behaves like you would expect a
symlink to "." to behave - i.e., you can change directory into it
infinitely. And if you call up a properties dialog, and explorer starts
trying to calculate the size...... isn't infinite recursion fun :-/.

http://user@server/repos/ works fine, with no 'phantom' dirs appearing.


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