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Re: Checkout Error: Could not read chunk size: Line too long

From: Matthew Sanderson <matthew_at_formtrap.com>
Date: 2005-08-18 04:08:40 CEST

Hi Lee,

This is a failure by neon to read the Transfer-Encoding: Chunked HTTP
response from the web server. Since probably the same neon code is shared
between the special and vanilla versions of TortoiseSVN, I don't think
switching TortoiseSVN versions will help you.
The code in neon looks OK to me and apparently works for everyone else, so
perhaps the problem is with Apache. What version of Apache are you using?

If you post packet logs of this problem occurring, the problem could at
least be isolated to either the client or server. I have no idea how one
captures & logs network packets under Windows XP, sorry.



Matthew Sanderson
Senior Programmer (UNIX)
TCG Information Systems Pty Ltd
Sydney, Australia
+61 (02) 8303 2407

On Wed, 17 Aug 2005, Lee Richardson wrote:

> > > Upon attempting a checkout through http I receive the following error:
> > >
> > > REPORT request failed on '/svn/!svn/vcc/default'
> > > REPORT of '/svn/!svn/vcc/default': Could not read chunk size: Line too
> > > long (http://localhost:8080)
> > >
> > > Attempting the same command with a file:/// does work, so the error is
> > > specific to Apache and Svn. I am using TortoiseSvn, I have searched
> > > there as well before posting. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> >
> > What versions of SVN and TortoiseSVN? Do you have any compression
> > turned on in your ~/.subversion/* files? (Not sure that matters, just
> > asking.)
> >
> > -Karl
> Karl, thanks for the reply. I am using the latest Win32 versions of both:
> 1.2.1 for SVN and 1.2.1 for TortoiseSVN (the special edition). Come
> to think of it I will try removing the special edition (which I was warned
> about) and try again. I don't know about compression, I did the
> default install and my only modifications have been integrating Apache.
> I'm running XP btw. Any further thoughts are still appreciated.
> - Lee

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