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'Explorer-only' webfolder infinite folder recursion

From: Rodney Schuler <rschuler_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-10 18:48:41 CEST

When I connect to my subversion repository using the "Explorer-only"
web folder (ie connect to http://server-dev:80/svn/sandbox) every
folder also appears as a folder inside of itself. If I use explorer
to go to "http://server-dev/svn/sandbox" is will show some files and
folders including a "sandbox" folder. Clicking on the "sandbox"
folder opens an identical folder with the same contents. The address
stays "http://server-dev/svn/sandbox" but I can descend into the tree
view without limit. Right click & properties never gets to the end of
it's folder/file counting.

While this does not prevent the use of web folders, it is likely to
freak out my less geeky subversion users. Has anybody seen behavior
like this?

Both client and server are Win XP with SP2 and all the latest patches.
 The server is running apache 2.0.54 with mod_dav_svn.so and
mod_authz_svn.so version and mod_auth_sspi.so version All the repositories are FSFS.

Here is the subversion section of my httpd.conf.

<Location /svn>
# using subversion for WebDAV
  DAV svn
# point to the directory of the subversion repositories
  SVNParentPath D:\svn
# enable DeltaV autoversioning, this allows WebDAV clients (ie windows explorer)
# to use subversion as a WebDAV server while the files are versioned.
  SVNAutoversioning on
# setup authentication / authorization through SSPI
  AuthType SSPI
  AuthName "Subversion repositories. Include domain in username (ie
  AuthzSVNAccessFile D:\svn\accessfile.txt
  Require valid-user
  SSPIAuth On
  SSPIAuthoritative On
  SSPIOfferBasic On

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Received on Fri Jun 10 18:50:57 2005

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