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"File not found"/"URL non-existent" error?

From: Fred Mailhot <fred.mailhot_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-01-26 00:19:25 CET

Hello,

Subversion 1.3.0
TortoiseSVN 1.3.2.
(using svnserve, not Apache)

When I access the repo-browser from the "TortoiseSVN" submenu, I can
see my repo, but when I try to view the contents of the top-level
directory, I get the following:
 - svn://127.0.0.1/<repo> <name>
   - <repo> <name>
     - Error * URL 'svn://127.0.0.1/<repo>%20<name>' non-existent in
that revision

When I look at earlier revisions, I can see everything just fine
(although there are a couple of other revisions where I get the above
error). The non-existence thing appears to be stopping me from doing
operations, though. I've tried deleting and re-adding, but when I do a
commit, it fails with a

Error File not found: transaction '728-1', path /EastCree Website/<filename>

message.

I don't really know what I've done, but I think the problem may have
arisen when I tried to do some remote administration from a Linux box,
and wasn't careful about escaping the space in the repo name.

Is it possible to eliminate everything that happened after a
particular earlier revision and make that one the new HEAD?

Thanks,

Fred.

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