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Re: iSVN Error

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-05-21 14:20:26 CEST

On May 21, 2007, at 06:58, Rajeh kamath wrote:

>> On Monday 21 May 2007 11:30, Rajeh kamath wrote:
>> > I am Using iSVN 0.9.5a4 client in Mac,But today i got one error
>> while
>> > launching the application as follows
>> >
>> > "Subversion was not found this computer as its default location.
>> > If subversion is installed at alternate location then please
>> specify the
>> > path to it.
>> >
>> > Path to Subversion /opt/local/bin"
>> >
>> > But i changed the default path.But the problem is still there.
>> One thing first: can you use Subversion via the commandline
>> interface? The
>> point is that the further proceeding depends on this. If it works,
>> the
>> problem lies with iSVN and you will have to contact the authors of
>> that
>> program, if not, it might be a problem with Subversion itself. In
>> that case,
>> please make sure that a) you really installed subversion and b)
>> that any
>> necessary paths are set correctly. If that doesn't help, please
>> describe
>> precisely what you did on the commandline, what you expected and what
>> happened.
> I am not using commondline , iam using iSVN via UI,I reinstalled
> both Subversion Package 1.4.0 and iSVN095a4.dmg file.But still
> giving same error,But svnX is working properly in the same user
> account.

What Ulrich was trying to say is that this is not an iSVN support
list. This is a generic Subversion list, and we can help you get
generic Subversion working. If svnX is working for you, then it
sounds like Subversion in general is functional on your machine, but
iSVN specifically is not. Therefore, your best bet for solving this
would be talking to the iSVN developers.

What Subversion 1.4.0 package did you install? /opt/local/bin is
where MacPorts would install Subversion. Is that how you installed
Subversion? If not, it sounds like you'll need to inform iSVN where
your Subversion actually got installed. If you don't know where it
got installed, talk to whoever made the Subversion binary package
that you installed.

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