Mark Galbreath wrote:
> Hi, Michael...sorry for guessing the wrong mail list - there was no
> indication what the address is for USERS in the response from the
> majordomo (or whatever list util is being used).
> This is not my first experience with svn - I had svn 1.2 running with
> Apache httpd 2.0.55 just fine.
> My inline replies below:
> >>> "C. Michael Pilato" email@example.com> 16-Feb-06 08:45:05 AM >>
> > I presume you are trying to access the repository using the URL
> > "http[s]://SERVER/svn/newwww/", yes? Are you able to, as the user that
> > Apache runs as, access the repository via "file:///opt/svn/newwww/" ?
> > Does 'svnlook youngest /opt/svn/newwww' yield anything interesting?
> 1. Apache httpd is webmaster.web and as webmaster I can
> svn co file:///opt/svn/newwww/trunk/cgi-bin /tmp
> though it will not permit be to checkout a single file. I just
> checked out about a 100 files in recursive directories into tmp. NOT
> something I consider a feature. A Web URL, as I reported, produces
> the fs type module load error.
> 2. svnlook youngest /opt/svn/newwww returns
> Not the most interesting byte of information to me....Perhaps I did
> send this to the right user group? This looks like a bug to me. Did
> anybody test 1.3 on httpd 2.2?
> > Are there particular aspects of your problems with Subversion that you
> > feel are specific to versions of Subversion newer than 1.2? Obviously,
> > keeping the documentation up-to-date is desirable, but as with the code,
> > is mostly a volunteer effort. If you have patches which will improve
> > the coverage or quality of that documentation, please submit them (to
> > firstname.lastname@example.org). Thanks.
> Somehow, I KNEW a committer was going to hit me with that! :-) Touche!
> Mark <-|->kraM
First - a little more decorum in addressing all of the VOLUNTEER efforts
here goes a long way toward a response.
Second - please provide the list a little more detail about your system
- What OS? How did you build it / compile it?
FWIW - if you had read every post on the mailing list you would see that
there are many people running Subversion 1.3 successfully on Apache
2.2. I can count myself amongst them.
As for the previous posting and results -
1 - Subversion does not support single file checkouts. This has been
documented on the mailing list before and is listed in the FAQ -
2 - The results of svnlook provide you with the eariliest revision
within the directory on which you ran the command. In this case,
revision 1 is the earliest revision at the root of your repository.
Which is somewhat to be expected. But it was a test.
Thanks for using Subversion, and have a nice day.
Received on Thu Feb 16 16:00:28 2006