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Re: WebDAV with Subversion

From: Phillip Novess <pnovess_at_mac.com>
Date: 2006-02-07 22:09:26 CET

Thanks for the update. I'm glad to here that you solved the issue.

On Feb 7, 2006, at 1:51 PM, Johnathan Gifford wrote:

Ah ha!

Found the culprit. In the apache conf file for the url - MUST HAVE...

SVNAutoversioning On

This needs to be placed in the <Location> section for the repository
being
used.

More info (and a movie) can be found at...

http://weblog.textdrive.com/article/92/holy-auto-subversion-batman

Johnathan

On 2/7/06 1:36 PM, "Phillip Novess" <pnovess@mac.com> wrote:

> I'm pretty sure this is a permissions issue with Apache.
>
>
> On Feb 7, 2006, at 12:28 PM, Johnathan Gifford wrote:
>
> I'm getting errors trying to drop a files into a new repository using
> WebDav
> on Mac OS X and Windows XP. The errors are as follow:
>
> On Windows XP (Professional):
>
> An error occurred copying some or all of the selected files.
>
> On Mac OS X (Tiger):
>
> You cannot copy some of these items to the destination because their
> names
> are too long or contain invalid characters for the destination. Do you
> want
> to skip copying these items and continue copying the other items?
>
> First, all files are legit in naming (i.e. No special characters).
> Second,
> even files with that are 8.3 or less are rejected. Also, even telling
> the
> popup prompt to 'continue' or 'stop' has no effect.
>
> This is a new repository. There are no hooks configured on the
> repository.
> Permission on the repository are set correctly with the specified
> Apache
> user and group. Authentication and authorization is occurring through
> Apache
> 2.2.0 with a basic type of authentication and using a group file and
> mod_authz_svn for authorization. I have full read and write
> privileges.
> There are no errors in the Apache log files that would help.
>
> I'm fairly sure it is a configuration issue. Anyone have any ideas
> where I
> should be be looking?
>
> Johnathan
>
>
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