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Re: Help getting client GUI to work (URL)

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-07-28 23:09:03 CEST

Mark Parker wrote:

> Michael Martone wrote:
>> I installed Subversion 1.2.0 on Solaris 8 and everything seems to
>> work from a command line input. Using the quickstart guide I can
>> edit, diff, commit, view the log, etc. and everything works great.
>> If I go to the URL http://myhost:80/repos I get a list of all the
>> files in my repository. But I cant edit (checkout, commit, etc.)
>> from this list.
>> If I type svn://myhost:80/repos I get a Java(?) GUI pops up and it
>> tries to go to my /repos directory but I get a message saying
>> "Error: No repository found in 'svn://myhost/repos' "
>> What do I need to do to get that part to work?
> Your svn client uses the same url as your browser, i.e. http://
> myhost:80/repos
> the svn:// protocol is used when you're using svnserve. The http://
> protocol is used when you're using mod_dav_svn through Apache, as
> you seem to be doing.

Or conversely, if you're trying to get both Apache and svnserve set
up, then you need to realize that while Apache runs on port 80,
svnserve does not. So, to access the repository through Apache, you
would access http://myhost/repos and to access it with svnserve you
would access svn://myhost/repos (no need to specify the port numbers
unless you've changed them for some reason).

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