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Re: svn 1.3.0 <-> apache httpd 2.2.0

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-02-17 00:25:16 CET

On Feb 16, 2006, at 23:14, Mark Galbreath wrote:

> Alls,
> I signed up to the wrong list, and noted that several bits of
> dialog found their way here earlier. Anyways, has anybody had any
> problems getting svn 1.3 working with apache httpd 2.2?
> Specifically, the command
> svn co http://www.my.webserver/svn_parent/repos_1/trunk/cgi-bin/
> order.pl
> fails. The httpd error_log indicates that the fsfs modules could
> not be found, though everything for both apps are installed in
> their default locations. The same error message in error_log is
> written when a browser attempts to access /svn_parent/repos_1.
> svn co file:///path/to/svn_parent/repos_1/trunk/cgi-bin/order.pl
> returns an error stating the URL is not a directory, and when the
> URL is shortened to the cgi-bin directory it checks out every file
> in every directory and subdirectory under cgi-bin.
> According to the documentation, neither of these scenarios should
> occur: the first should work and the second should fail (svn is a
> client-side app and supposedly takes only network URLs).

1. you cannot check out files. the smallest unit you can check out is
a directory. the documentation should be supporting this; if you find
contrary documentation, please point it out.

2. file:/// is a valid "network protocol" for the svn client.

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Received on Fri Feb 17 00:41:16 2006

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