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Re: REPORT request failed

From: Peter N. Lundblad <peter_at_famlundblad.se>
Date: 2005-06-06 21:19:03 CEST

On Mon, 6 Jun 2005, Olivier Sannier wrote:

> Peter N. Lundblad wrote:
> >On Mon, 6 Jun 2005, Olivier Sannier wrote:
> >
> I'd like to, but despite having set neon-debug-mask to 130 in the
> "servers" file, I can't seem to find a file containing any sort of log.
> Where should I look for it, in a win32 environment?
INteresting. I tried it myself and it appears that this only works if you
have a debug build of neon. Maybe the Windows binaries are built without
neon debugging support.

> >But first, check if a small repository works. Just import a few files and
> >try checking out/updating.
> >
> >
> That works well, that was part of my tests before choosing to move to SVN.
> What's even more disturbing is that I've "deleted" the incriminated
> folder from SVN, it fixed the problem, then readded it and the problem
> did not come back.
> But if I checkout the revision where the problem occured, it sill
> occurs, hence I can still provide a log file if needed.
It would be interesting to know exactly what caused this. Maybe you have
strangely named files in that folder? I'm thinking of control charactes or
other characters not valid in XML. (NOt sure if control characters are
even possible on Windows.)

This doesn't help much, but anyway:-)

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